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Microsoft Graph community call-October 2, 2018

Agenda this month included Ignite announcement recap, overview and updates for both the Security API and Adaptive Cards
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Webcast – Using MSGraphClient within SharePoint Framework

In this PnP Webcast, we concentrated on how to access Microsoft Graph exposed information from SharePoint Framework solutions. When you want to access the Microsoft Graph APIs from SharePoint Framework solutions, you should be using the MSGraphClient component. This component will take care of all technical plumbing so that you can concentrate on building your business logic and presentation layer.
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Microsoft Graph SDK Release Notes for September 2018

Release notes for Microsoft Graph SDKs including GA and preview releases for public and beta APIs.
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Ignite 2018: Marking a year of platform and partner growth

It’s time for Ignite 2018. Over 20,000 Microsoft employees, customers, and partners are converging in Orlando to learn, share, discuss, and experience what’s new and what’s next in our business. Many of us who’ve worked hard to create the tools and technology that power the Office 365 Ecosystem have arrived at the Orange County Convention Center, excited to show off what we’ve built and show you how customers and partners can build solutions that unlock creativity, generate new insights, and improve teamwork.
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Do more with new upcoming SharePoint development capabilities announced at Ignite 2018

SharePoint is great for getting your apps out to teams and departments, and across your organization. As a developer, you can take advantage of many services to complete your app, including document storage, a page model that allows for easy customization, SharePoint lists for basic data, connections to APIs and data from Microsoft Graph, and much more.
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Microsoft Graph @ Ignite 2018

For the last several months, Microsoft Graph engineering teams in Redmond and around the world have worked to prepare for Ignite 2018. That moment has finally arrived. We have 58 sessions across Ignite 2018 that highlight the ways in which the Microsoft Graph is changing our products and ecosystem. We’re pleased to provide an overview of the all work we’ve done to create a richer, deeper, more powerful tool for our developer communities and the customers they serve.
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Evolving the Microsoft Graph SDKs

Microsoft Graph SDKs are evolving to meet the demands of more users and more scenarios by introducing a flexible component architecture.
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Announcing Immutable ID for Outlook resources in Microsoft Graph

In the coming weeks, we're rolling out a new feature designed to make it easier to work with Outlook item IDs: Immutable ID. With this feature, Microsoft Graph will provide an identifier in the id property that will not change over the lifetime of the item, so long as the item stays in the same mailbox.
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Microsoft Graph community call-September 4, 2018

This month Microsoft Graph call covers: Jeremy Thake, Microsoft Graph PM, provided an update on Microsoft Graph, including a MSAL v2.0 preview Nick Kramer talked about the Graph APIs for Microsoft Teams, including provisioning, automating Team lifecycles, access to messages, and voice & video calling." John Liu discussed the importance of custom connectors for Microsoft Graph $Batch. When creating a custom connection to be used in Flow, PowerApps, PowerBI or LogicApps, we always need to do so much work defining each API endpoint. This is a shortcut. Create an all-purpose Custom Connection for $Batch – and we will never have to write another Swagger file ever again! The One Swagger File to the One API.
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Announcing the release of SharePoint Framework v1.6!

We are pleased to announce the release of SharePoint Framework v1.6 – bringing the availability of new tools to help you build engaging team and communication sites. APIs for calling into Microsoft Graph and Web APIs are now generally available, we’ve improved our Dialog user experience framework, and you can now deploy SharePoint Framework tenant extension across your entire tenancy.
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