Today we’re announcing an upcoming breaking change to developers using the Microsoft Graph Users API. The Users API enables admins to get and set properties associated with user objects in Azure AD. This change will be rolling out to all tenants by October 5, 2020. What is the change? This bug fix will prevent Microsoft
Building great apps on Windows should be easier – no matter how your app is written. We want to ensure you have a path forward to make your apps better on Windows and we’re doing that with <a href="https://blogs.windows.com/windowsdeveloper/202
Back in February we announced the public preview of change notifications for Teams messages and we are excited to share we have now moved the change notification for Teams to general availability. This was one of the most common requests made in UserVoice, and we heard it from developers who wanted to listen to Teams
Welcome to Ignite 2020! While this year feels different compared to others, we are excited to share our sessions for this year and hear from you. This year we will have open access to everyone – whether you’re sharpening your skills or building your first ever Office integration, we hope that you are able to take away something from our Program Managers, partners, and customers.
Guest MVP Julie Turner (Sympraxis Consulting) joins hosts Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) and Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore) to spotlight the many benefits of participating in this knowledgeable PnP Community – including 14 recent articles discussed in this episode as well.
Demos: List formatting - out-of-box UI design mode wizards and Getting started on using Microsoft Graph subscriptions with Azure Functions. Roadmap overview for PnP Sites Core / PnP PowerShell. Six new Microsoft Teams Samples delivered.
UWP applications (both apps and games) are a pivotal part of the Xbox experience. As we near the launch of the new console generation, we want to address some common questions regarding app and game development on the new Xbox family of consoles. If
This month’s call agenda was hosted by Ojasvi Choudhary, Program Manager, who shared what’s new and coming with Adaptive Cards in Microsoft Teams, Bots API updates plus Power Virtual Agents in Microsoft Teams.