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I am looking for the best resources to learn SharePoint Online development (apart from MSDN). There are lot of good books, articles on SharePoint Server, but very few on SharePoint Online. Can somebody point me in right direction?

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how about this to get you going:

The SharePoint sweet is pritty much the same, only some things done slightly differently eg using the interface! programming wise its pritty much the same stuff! msdn is your friend ;)

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btw, the last link doesn't work goes to a go-daddy parking page. – lwbecker2 Mar 19 '14 at 12:47
try… – ali Sharepoint Mar 19 '14 at 13:08

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