Announcing the beta release of the import capabilities in Microsoft Teams. These new capabilities give you the ability to import channel messages into a new team, specify the message sender and timestamp and link to files.
Demos: 1) NodeJs File Handler, 2) synchronizing photos from Azure AD to SharePoint, and 3) using FieldRendererHelper class for dynamic SharePoint lists. Released CLI for Microsoft 365 v3.2 beta, SPFx Controls - v2.1.0, and 10 SPFx Samples.
Guest Vincent Biret (Microsoft) – Developer and MVP alum join hosts Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) and Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) to discuss Engineering roles at Microsoft, Community involvement in Microsoft Graph SDK, and “inbox zero.” 15 recent articles are highlighted.
We are retiring the includeProperties property currently on the Microsoft Graph beta endpoint as of January 1, 2021. If your Microsoft Teams app currently uses the includeProperties resource, please update it immediately to use includeResourceData to ensure your code still works.
Demos: Extending Microsoft Lists templates with Formatting, 2) Microsoft Teams app template – New Employee Onboarding and 3) Power Automate with SharePoint On-Prem List to automate business processes. Released PnP Modernization Scanner – v 2.18, Graph Toolkit v2.0 (P3) and 1 Teams sample.
Deep dive into Adaptive Components - Adaptive Components are a new concept that enable the creation of high-level UI “components” powered by templating and Adaptive Card elements. You can think of them like “molecules”, built by arranging Adaptive Card elements (“atoms”) into unique and helpful ways.
Featured topics: 1) What’s next for SPFx 2) Preview on Project Nucleus. Microsoft Ignite 2020 recap, Microsoft 365 Community – October 2020 update, released milestone PnP Weekly Episode 100, UserVoice focus areas and thanks to 200 + contributors and organizations.
We have several important updates to share with the latest release of C#/WinRT. This release is feature complete for consumption scenarios, which means that all features for using our generated Windows SDK projections to call WinRT APIs are now in th