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Enthusiasts Ignite 2021: Excel gets new JavaScript API for Custom Data Types

19:25  02 november  2021
19:25  02 november  2021 Source:   drwindows.de

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The work with different data types has long been one of the most central functions of Microsoft Excel. For developers, the RedMonders at Ignite 2021 now announced more freedom when it comes to Custom Data Types. A new JavaScript API makes it possible, but also for the developers of add-ins there are innovations.

The possible data types include images, entities and formatted numerical values, including the creation of custom functions can make use of the new possibility. Developers and users can also create new add-in and expand existing add-in to benefit from the new data types, allowing more modern and better integrated user experience in Excel. The data types can also be divided through an organization, which can also be developed to add-ins and solutions that allow connection to their own data or services.

The new API is intended to be available for all at the end of the month of November.

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