What’s Going on in Sharing is Caring?

  • by Junjie Li
    In this update, we will bring you what’s the latest with Teams app development using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code. The post Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code update – March 2023 appeared first on Microsoft […]
  • by Vesa Juvonen
    We are excited to announce updated preview (beta 3) of the upcoming SharePoint Framework 1.17 with updates for Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Viva, SharePoint and more. The post Updated public preview of SharePoint Framework 1.17 – Preview on […]
  • by Rabeb Othmani
    We’re happy to announce Kiota, our code generator for HTTP APIs described by OpenAPI, is available to all developers that want to focus on calling APIs in consistent, robust and reliable way, without having to worry about […]
  • by Bob German
    We're pleased to announce the release of “App Camp in a Box”, which includes all the materials needed to run your own App Camp workshop. The post Microsoft Teams App Camp in a Box is now available […]
  • by Microsoft Graph team
    Learn about the changes to how Microsoft handles the Microsoft Teams call data that we expose via Microsoft Graph’s callRecords APIs (beta and v1.0). The post Recent changes to data visibility for Microsoft Graph callRecords APIs  appeared […]
  • by Vesa Juvonen
    We are excited to announce preview of new Viva Connections Toolkit for VS Code for improving SPFx developer experiences in Visual Studio Code. The post Viva Connections Toolkit for Visual Studio Code now in preview appeared first […]
  • by Ayca Bas
    On March 1st, we launched “Hack Together: Microsoft Graph and .NET” to hack and learn about Microsoft Graph and .NET. Time passes so quickly; we've reached the last week of our hack!  The post Hack Together: Microsoft […]
  • by Sébastien Levert
    Today, we’re excited to announce the first release of a series of previews for the Microsoft Graph Toolkit towards our v3.0 release. The post Announcing Microsoft Graph Toolkit v3.0 preview-1 appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
  • by Maisa Rissi
    Take advantage of a fluent API and models that support retry handling, secure redirects, batching requests, large file management and more with the Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5, now generally available. The post Microsoft Graph .NET SDK […]
  • by Waldek Mastykarz
    Last week we launched “Hack Together: Microsoft Graph and .NET” – a virtual hackathon all about building apps with Microsoft Graph and .NET. Here’s what happened last week and what’s still to come. The post Hack Together: […]