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Introducing SharePoint Starter Kit

We are happy to announce the availability of a new SharePoint Starter Kit open-source project, which can be used to demonstrate possibilities with the communications sites and group associate team sites in Office 365.
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SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / Patterns and Practices – June 2018 monthly community call recording

SharePoint monthly community call is our monthly event for SharePoint developers to stay up to date on the latest changes to SharePoint Dev topics from engineering and community perspective. 
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SharePoint Development Community (PnP) – June 2018 update

SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) May 2018 update is out with a summary of the latest guidance, samples, and solutions from SharePoint engineering or from the community for the community
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Microsoft Graph community call-June 5, 2018

Join us on the first Tuesday of every month for the Microsoft Graph API community call. You can download a recurring monthly calendar invite at https://aka.ms/microsoftgraphcall. 
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Announcing SharePoint Framework version 1.5: new tools and a beta preview

SharePoint Framework version 1.5 is now available, bringing both new tools to make your development more efficient as well as a new channel for trying new preview features.
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Working with files in your Microsoft Teams bot (Preview)

We announced at Build 2018 that bots will soon be able to send and receive files. I’m happy to let you know that it’s finally here! If you have a Microsoft Teams app that works with files, it’s time to switch to Public Developer Preview and check it out.
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New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online – May 2018

We are happy to announce the availability of new SharePoint Client-Side Object Model (CSOM) version targeted for the Office 365 or more specifically for SharePoint and Project Online. This was mainly a small maintenance release with minimal updates on the CSOM API surface.
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Securing API requests from Kaizala action

There are scenarios where you may want to query your service from within the Kaizala card. While the APIs to be queried are public (without any authentication), you can query them directly. But, in case you want to secure your APIs to make sure the calls are made by the particular user from within the Kaizala card alone – you use the Integration Service token. This post explains how you generate this token and subsequently validate this on the service side.
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Excel JavaScript API 1.7 goes GA

We're pleased to announce that the Excel JavaScript 1.7 API is now generally available! We received lots of great feedback on the design of the APIs during the beta period and we appreciate your active participation.
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Microsoft Teams community call–May 15, 2018

The Microsoft Teams community call is our regular event for developers to stay in sync with Microsoft Teams. We’ll share updates, tips, and connect you to the product teams behind Microsoft Teams.
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SharePoint PnP Webcast – Activation options for SharePoint Framework extensions

In this PnP Webcast, we concentrated on covering different methods to activate SharePoint Framework extensions in SharePoint sites.
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Kaizala extensibility training available now on Microsoft Virtual Academy

Kaizala Extensibility training is now available as a course on Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) click here – which has the videos as well as the slides.
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