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Extending the Context Menu and Share Dialog in Windows 11

Windows 11 brings refinement to contextual file operations in the right-click context menu and share dialog. These are extensible by apps, including unpackaged Win32 apps. 

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MSAL for Angular v2 is now available

This library improves on the existing MSAL Angular v1 library bringing exciting new features to provide a better experience.
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MSAL for React is here!

The new release of MSAL for React expands the libraries you can use with the Microsoft identity platform to developers using React.
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Announcing upcoming Microsoft Viva Connections public developer preview

We are excited to announce an upcoming public preview for building experiences for Viva Connections using SharePoint Framework. We will be releasing this preview capability as part of the SharePoint Framework 1.13 beta, which is scheduled to get published by end of July.
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Raise the bar for your app security – Get Microsoft 365 Certification by passing these security controls

As an app publisher, you can work with analysts in the Microsoft 365 App Compliance team to demonstrate that both your application and its supporting infrastructure are qualified to protect the security and privacy of your customers’ sensitive data. 
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Uniper boosts employee productivity using Office Scripts

Using Office Scripts and Power Automate, I built a script that fully automates a report that used to take me at least one to two hours per month.
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Explore new change notification API resources for your Microsoft Teams app

You can now subscribe to all types of changes (create, update, and delete) to teams, channels, and team membership. You also have the option to request resource data when receiving the change notification itself. The expansion of support to these additional Teams resources will open even more scenarios that you can tap into and automate.
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Announcing ARM64EC: Building Native and Interoperable Apps for Windows 11 on ARM

Today, we’re announcing ARM64EC (“Emulation Compatible”), a new way to build apps for Windows 11 on ARM. With the latest Visual Studio tools in preview and the Windows 11 Insider SDK, you'll be able to take advantage of ARM64EC to incrementally

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Manage frontline workers in Microsoft Teams with Tags and Time Clock APIs

Learn about some scenarios where these APIs come in handy and view the code snippets that you can leverage to manage Tags and Time Clock in Teams.
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Updates on the Microsoft 365 platform community calls

We are adjusting our Microsoft 365 platform community call structure based on the community survey feedback. As part of this change, some calls will be discontinued and combined to more holistic Microsoft 365 platform call with engineering demos across the platform.
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What Windows 11 Means for Developers

Today at the What's next for Windows — developer event, we'll show you the next era of Windows and how we are embracing Windows == open platform. This means everyone has open access to run the widest range of apps on Windows, enabling all developer

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Analysis Cloud Limited automates Excel reporting, modernizes workflow using Office Scripts

At Analysis Cloud Limited, we’ve used Office Scripts to completely automate a Covid-19 reporting process used by one of our clients. Using Office Scripts meant that an arduous process was reduced to a simple action.
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