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Microsoft 365 PnP – General Developer SIG recording – 28th of May 2020

M365 General SIG PnP call - May 28. Three demos: Preview CSOM .NET Standard, Building Teams tabs with #Blazor, and overview Site Design Studio V2. Updates on PnP Sites Core, PnP PowerShell, Modernization tooling and yo teams.
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Announcing OAuth Support for POP in Exchange Online

We’re happy to be able to confirm OAuth support for POP is also now available in Exchange Online.
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New Microsoft Teams Shifts features to build richer Firstline Worker experiences

New features and APIs for developers to extend the Shifts app experience in Microsoft Teams for Firstline Workers.
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Build your IoT devices with Windows for IoT: a comprehensive platform for every device developer

Embedded computing has been around for a number of years. Recent advances in computing such as artificial intelligence, more powerful sensors, and container technology are unlocking new scenarios and creating new paradigms for device developers. As Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML) become mainstream, device builders can enable intelligent edge- devices that gather data and analyze […]

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Microsoft 365 SharePoint PnP Weekly – Episode 85

This episode's conversation evolves around the Bot Framework work how it has evolved since past years. As there are new capabilities in the Bot Framework, more and more customers and partners are also starting to use this model.
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SharePoint Framework Community Call Recording – 21st of May 2020

SharePoint Framework Special Interest Group (SIG) bi-weekly community call recording from May 21st is now available from the Microsoft 365 & SharePoint Community YouTube channel at http://aka.ms/m365pnp-videos.
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Introducing the new Microsoft Graph To Do API

Today, we’re excited to announce a preview of the Microsoft Graph To Do API, developed for partners like you to bring tasks from your apps in To Do.
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Record calls and meetings – the updateRecordingStatus API in Microsoft Graph is now generally available

We’re pleased to announce that our updateRecordingStatus API is now generally available in Microsoft Graph v1.0! This API allows bots to record Microsoft Teams calls and meetings as part of our policy-based recording solution.
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Enhanced programs to promote the privacy and security of your apps

The goal of the Microsoft 365 Certification program is to offer assurance and confidence to enterprise organizations that data and privacy are adequately secured and protected when your Microsoft 365 or Microsoft Graph API applications are introduced.  
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Developing for all 1 billion Windows 10 devices and beyond

This year, Microsoft Build 2020 is a digital-only event that we all get to experience from the comfort of our homes. We hope you enjoy learning about the new features and technologies that matter most to you. Today, I will have the privilege of sharing how developers can build apps for modern work using Microsoft […]

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Introducing WinUI 3 Preview 1

Today at Microsoft Build 2020 the WinUI team is excited to announce the latest version of WinUI 3 available for public preview: WinUI 3 Preview 1. This preview expands the world of WinUI to an even wider audience of developers – the previously-released WinUI 3 Alpha was only available to UWP app developers, but Preview […]

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Power up with Office Add-ins @ Build 2020

We’re excited to announce new capabilities that let you create your own custom experiences in Microsoft 365, and enable your users to achieve more in the Office products they already use every day: Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
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