At the core of Excel Add-ins, for Office 365 and Office Desktop, is a thorough knowledge of the Excel Object Model. In this course, Build Excel Add-ins with Office JS APIs, you'll learn how to build your own Excel Add-in. First, you'll learn about asynchronous programming with the Excel Object Model. Next, you'll discover User Experience Design with the Office Fabric UI. Finally, you'll explore the specifics of building tables and charts. When you’re finished with this course, you'll have a foundational knowledge of Excel Add-ins that will help you as you move forward to building add-ins for your organization and the Microsoft Office Store.
John Brown is a Software Craftsman continually looking for intuitive
designs, agile architectures, and streamlined processes. With degrees in
Computer Science from Johns Hopkins and Aerospace Engineering from Purdue,
John is always up for a challenge, especially in his areas of interest in
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Microsoft Office is one of the most well know software products with over a billion users. Adding and extending Microsoft Office with Add-ins can bring your products and services directly and conveniently to a huge number of users. Allowing them to be more productive and happier.
By the end of this course, you’ll know how to build an Excel Add-In and perform all the basic interactions with Excel to build a compelling add-in.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn about customizing and leveraging Excel.