Core concepts in Lync 2013 SDK

Lync 2013

Core concepts

Learn about the concepts for adding Lync features to your application by using Microsoft Lync 2013 SDK.

Last modified: February 22, 2013

Applies to: Lync 2013 | Lync Server 2013

The Microsoft Lync 2013 API is designed to be easy to use by anyone familiar with .NET development. The API follows well-established design patterns expressed in all the popular Microsoft .NET SDK products.

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Core concepts: Lync 2013 SDK

Learn about event-based programming and about using callback delegated methods to complete asynchronous Microsoft Lync 2013 API operations and to obtain operation results.

Core concepts: Lync Controls

Learn about using Microsoft Lync 2013 Controls in a Silverlight or WPF window.

Core concepts: Enhanced presence

Learn about using the enhanced presence object model to get and display contact presence in an application.

Core concepts: Lync contact lists

Learn about using the contact-related object model to modify a user’s contact list in Microsoft Lync 2013 or create your own Lync contact list in an application.

Core concepts: Lync conversations

Learn about the foundational Microsoft Lync 2013 SDK objects that make up the programmable components of a Lync 2013 conversation.

Core concepts: Lync meetings

Learn about the Microsoft Lync 2013 SDK objects that make up the programmable components of a Lync 2013 online meeting.

Core concepts: Persistent Chat

Learn about the Microsoft Lync 2013 SDK objects that make up the programmable components of a Lync 2013 Persistent Chat room.

Core concepts: Desktop, application, and display sharing in Lync SDK

Learn about the core concepts of desktop, application, and display sharing with Microsoft Lync 2013 SDK in Lync 2013.

Core concepts: Content sharing in Lync SDK

Learn about the concepts of meeting content sharing with Microsoft Lync 2013 SDK in Lync 2013.

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