I had a great time on my first visit to the Newcastle Coders Group this week. It was nice to meet some passionate developers and hear what people are up to outside of my usual Microsoft sphere.
Thanks for having me talk about modern Office add-in development. Here’s the slide deck from the evenings talk.
I had the pleasure this week of speaking at the Sydney SharePoint User Group on the topic of transitioning to the modern Office Add-in development model.
- The existing COM/VSTO Office Add-in development model
- The reasons and drivers for needing a new development model
- What the modern Office Add-in development is and how it works
- Benefits of the modern model
- What this transition means for Office developers
- A look at the typical modern add-in technology stack and discussing some of the options
- The wider Office Developer Vision (Extending Office through add-ins + accessing Office 365 data via Graph)
Thanks to those who attended and as promised here’s a link to the slide deck from the nights presentation.
When working with Outlook for Mac the content of email messages are rendered in a web browser control that is specific to Outlook (it does not use Safari). So when you have a need to clear any cached data or cookies it is far from obvious how you should go about clearing this cache. I’m a newbie to Mac so maybe this is obvious to seasoned users! Here’s how I went about it.
- Start the Finder application
- Open the Go menu
- You need to get to the hidden Library folder. To get the Library folder to show up under the go menu, hold down the option button on your keyboard
- Now open the Library folder
- Find the Containers folder under Library and expand it
- You should be able to find a folder called com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost
- To clear out the web browser cache I move the following to the trash:
- com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost/Library/Caches/com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost (folder)
- com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost/Library/Caches/Cookies/Cookies.binarycookies (file)
Restart Outlook and you should now have no cached files being used.