Explore the EWS Managed API, EWS, and web services in Exchange
Use the EWS Managed API, EWS, Autodiscover, and other web services in Exchange to create solutions for managing business email, calendar, and contacts on desktop and mobile devices and online.
Exchange provides Exchange web services (EWS) and other web services that you can use to implement client applications that access and manage Exchange store items.
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Create EWS Managed API, EWS, and web services solutions
Use the following table to find to the content that will help you learn about and work with the EWS Managed API, EWS, and web services in Exchange.
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|Get started with your first .NET Framework EWS client application.
||Get started with EWS Managed API client applications
|Get started with your first EWS client application.
||Get started with EWS client applications
|Find out about the latest new features in the EWS Managed API and EWS.
||What's new in EWS in Exchange
|Learn the fundamentals of web service development with Exchange.
||Start using web services in Exchange
|Check out some EWS Managed API code samples.
||Exchange 2013: 101 Code Samples
|Find design guidance for EWS Managed API and EWS applications.
||EWS client design overview for Exchange
|Find how-to information and code examples for the EWS Managed API and EWS.
||Develop web service clients for Exchange
|Find reference material.
||Web services reference for Exchange