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New licensing options for Microsoft 365 for unattended scenarios

We’re pleased to announce a new licensing option that complements unattended scenarios for Office applications. Find out more about Office applications and guidelines for their usage in unattended and automated process scenarios.
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Microsoft 365 & SharePoint PnP Weekly – Episode 77

In this weekly discussion of latest news and topics around Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), are joined by Wictor Wilén - global innovation lead for modern workplace at Avanade, SharePoint MVP for 10 years, SP Master, SP Certified Architect and creator of Yo Teams, to learn more about his increased focus on Microsoft Teams extensibility.
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Office 365 CLI v2.8

We've just published a new version of the Office 365 CLI with commands for managing Office 365 tenants and SharePoint Framework projects on any platform.
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Office Add-in Development Community (PnP) – March 2020 update

This months Office Add-ins PnP updates include how to use a shared library to migrate your Visual Studio Tools for Office Add-in to an Office web add-in, manage ribbon and task pane UI, and run code on doc open and share global data with a shared runtime
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SharePoint Framework Community Call Recording – 26th of March 2020

SharePoint Framework Special Interest Group (SIG) bi-weekly community call recording from March 26th is now available from the SharePoint Development YouTube channel at http://aka.ms/spdev-videos.
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Adaptive Cards community call-March 2020

Adaptive Cards March community call blog & recording are now available. Get details on the new Adaptive Card Management System (ACMS) concept including Admin Portal preview & creating cards in Microsoft Teams using Power Automate.
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Microsoft 365 & SharePoint PnP Weekly – Episode 76

SharePoint Dev Weekly is a video series where Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) and Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore) have a weekly discussion on the latest Microsoft 365 topics from engineering and community perspective. This week, Vesa and Waldek are joined by Brett Lonsdale – Office Apps and Services MVP, owner of UK based Lightning Tools developing “gap filler” products like BDC Meta Man and Lightning Conductor for the Microsoft 365 Suite.
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Microsoft Teams community call-March 17, 2020

Microsoft Teams March community call blog & recording are now available. Get details and resources on what’s new with the Bot Framework including GetMember changes, Skills, Adaptive dialogs, Composer and PowerVirtualAgents
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Microsoft 365 PnP – General M365 Developer SIG recording – 19th of March 2020

Microsoft 365 PnP – General M365 Developer SIG call recording from the March 19th meeting is now available from the Microsoft 365 & SharePoint Community YouTube channel at https://aka.ms/m365pnp-videos.
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Hosted App Model

In Windows 10 version 2004, we are introducing the concept of Hosted Apps to the Windows App Model. Hosted apps are registered as independent apps on Windows, but require a host process in order to run. An example would be a script file which requires its host (eg: Powershell or Python) to be installed. By […]

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Office Add-ins community call – March 11, 2020

March’s Office Add-ins community call, covers new features for task pane, enabling or disabling ribbon buttons. Item send event for Outlook and scenarios for using it. New custom error handling abilities for custom functions.
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Extending the Reach of Windows ML and DirectML

Since the initial release, Windows ML has powered numerous Machine Learning (ML) experiences on Windows. Delivering reliable, high-performance results across the breadth of Windows hardware, Windows ML is designed to make ML deployment easier, allowing developers to focus on creating innovative applications. Windows ML is built upon ONNX Runtime to provide a simple, model-based, WinRT […]

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