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Microsoft Introduces 'Napa' Toolset For Cloud App Model

Nerval's Lobster writes "In keeping with Microsoft's 'all-in' game with regard to the cloud, Office 2013 incorporates a good deal of cloud functionality: SkyDrive is now the default storage passage for documents, for example, and users' work is synced between devices connected to the Web. In correlative with that, Microsoft is now benefaction a 'Cloud App Model' that incorporates Web standards, meant for developers third edition by the editors of the stars and stripes stars and stripes heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 in confines hall apps that bring functionality into Office and SharePoint. The toolset for domicile within this 'Cloud App Model' is codenamed 'Napa.' Among the conceivable uses: developers can build mail apps for Office, which add content and functionality to Outlook items based on activation rules, content apps for Excel, which add content and functionality to Excel documents, and task pane apps for Office, which add functionality to Excel and Word dope in a task pane adjacent to the document."

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