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Participate in the Developer Economics Survey

The Developer Economics Q2 2020 Survey is now open! Every year more than 30,000 developers around the world participate in this survey. Take the survey now to share your experience as a developer and your perspective on the future of the software industry. Want more information? Read our answers to the questions below! Is this […]

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Microsoft 365 PnP – General Developer SIG recording – 6th of August, 2020

Two demos: New source for icons at Flicon.io and Teams Messaging Extension with Authentication to surface documents for review. All open-source projects and metrics reviewed. Releases for CSOM Core library and PowerShell planned for August 10th.
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Announcing General Availability of Single Sign-On (SSO) for Office Add-ins

We are excited to announce that the single sign-on (SSO) functionality for Office Add-ins is moving to General Availability with version 2008. This authentication service allows an add-in to automatically and securely sign in a user after being granted consent, providing a more convenient experience by reducing the number of times they are requested to sign in. SSO works with both work and school accounts as well as Microsoft accounts. 
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Let your users skip sign-in with Single Sign-On support for Microsoft Teams tabs

Developers can now build their apps to sign-in their users using the same account they are using to sign into Microsoft Teams -- giving users a more enjoyable and frustration-free sign-on experience and where they don't have to repeatedly enter their username and password each time they open the app.
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Frictionless app development and enablement with the new Teams App Submission API

GA announcement of the Microsoft Teams App Submission Graph API. This new Graph API allows all users at any organization to develop on the platform of their choice and submit their apps into Teams with zero friction.
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SharePoint Framework Community Call Recording – 30th of July, 2020

Three demos: Metrics from App Insights Dashboard, Accelerating the bundling process with Fast Serve and UI Debugging using Workbench customizer. Released PnPjs v2.0.7, Office 365 CLI – Beta v2.13, Reusable Controls v2 betas, Generator v1.15 and 6 SPFx Samples.
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New Developer Landing Page and Issues Repo

We are excited to announce two new online resources for developers using Windows: A new docs landing-page for developers building and deploying apps and systems running on non-Microsoft operating systems like Linux and Android A new GitHub issues repo for filing developer-oriented issues with Windows Let’s dig into these two announcements: New Landing Page for […]

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Microsoft 365 PnP – General Developer SIG recording – 23rd of July, 2020

Three demos: Emojis in Lists, Company Communicator Teams app template, PnP PowerShell for Microsoft Teams. July 2020 releases - PnP CSOM Core library, PowerShell, Modernization tooling, and PnP Core SDK available as Nuget package.
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Microsoft Teams community call – July 21, 2020

Microsoft Teams July community call blog & recording are now available. Call featured Microsoft Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio code & a call for feedback to enhance the Microsoft 365 developer program.
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How to build a Blazor web app with Azure Active Directory authentication and Microsoft Graph

This step by step guide will help you build a Blazor web app with Azure Active Directory authentication and Microsoft Graph.
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MSAL.js 2.0 is now generally available with support for authorization code flow

MSAL.js 2.0 supports authorization code flow for single-page applications with PKCE and CORS is now generally available.
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Microsoft Graph Schema extensions is now available in US Government Clouds

Today we’re announcing the general availability of Microsoft Graph Directory Schema extensions in US Government clouds. Schema extensions have been available in the commercial cloud and we’re excited to extend these capabilities to the US Government cloud.
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