Microsoft Announces Refreshed OneNote Dev Center With Interactive Reference Docs

OneNote Dev Center

Back in March, Microsoft announced the OneNote Dev Center along with the release the new OneNote API. After listening to the feedback from developers, Microsoft today announce a refreshed OneNote Dev Center with new interactive documentation and improved site design to better find resources.

In this update, you find a simple UI that lays out all the key development resources right on the homepage. We have made these resources much more discoverable and accessible. The other big change is the new interactive documentation, accessible via the api reference link.

We have partnered with the nice folks from Apiary to roll out the new interactive reference documentation. Not only does the documentation has a modern look-and-feel, it also has a console built right into it so you can call the APIs from the documentation to try it out for yourself. In addition, the new interactive docs also have the ability to generate code snippets in a number of languages including C#, JavaScript, PHP, Objective-C and even Swift.

Read more at OneNote blog.

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