Power Bi and Microsoft Team Gets New Developer Features
Office 365 is a key element of Microsoft’s future, so it’s no wonder that this week the company announced new features. In Seattle, at the Build conference, the company opens new APIs and links them even more in SharePoint.
Microsoft has announced new and updated API commands that provide access to the company’s graphics, which will allow developers to create localized and intelligent capabilities based on the use of the application. In addition, developers can then publish these custom applications to the local application store for groups.
Deeper integration with SharePoint will also appear soon; Microsoft will provide an opportunity to link the direction of the SharePoint page with the channel. The company claims that developers will be able to use script-based frameworks such as “React” in their projects to add more parts that can be organized on a SharePoint page.
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For those who use Power BI, there is a new support for visualization in Excel; Now you can extend the custom visuals created for Power BI that will be used in Excel.
Microsoft creates these discoveries in its services to allow third-party companies to build on their applications and services to fill their ecosystem of offers. Although today’s news cannot be innovative in what is offered, this is another small way, when vendors can create additional services that enhance the value of Microsoft’s core product to make Office 365 the most reliable product for performance improvement.