- by Purva EkatpureWe are announcing a breaking change in the beta APIs effective April 30, 2024. The post Breaking changes in Microsoft Bookings Graph APIs (beta) appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
- by Luberth MoreraWe are decommissioning the Outlook REST v2.0 and beta endpoints starting March 31, 2024. The post Final reminder: Outlook REST API v2.0 and beta endpoints decommissioning appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
- by Yu ZhangDiscover everything that’s included for .NET devs to build apps for Microsoft Teams in the latest version of Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio. The post What’s new in Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio 17.9 appeared first on […]
- by Srinidy RavichandranThis cutting-edge functionality allows your apps to interact seamlessly, securely, and efficiently with external services via API. The post Introducing API-based message extensions in Microsoft Teams Developer Portal appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
- by Patrick RodgersToday, we are excited to introduce support for delegated Sites.Selected scenarios. The post SharePoint now supports delegated Sites.Selected authentication appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
- by Sébastien LevertThis release is packed with new capabilities, improvements to the developer experience, and bug fixes that will be appreciated by end-users. The post Microsoft Graph Toolkit v4.0 is now generally available appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer […]
- Microsoft Graph Java SDK v6, now generally available, helps you write simpler, faster and more accurate codeby Maisa RissiExplore how you can connect to Microsoft Graph API and access data from Microsoft 365 services with less code and more features. The post Microsoft Graph Java SDK v6, now generally available, helps you write simpler, faster […]
- by Tyler AdamsMicrosoft Mesh is now generally available, providing a new 3D immersive experience for the workplace. The post Microsoft Mesh: Now available for creating innovative multi-user 3D experiences for the workplace appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
- by Nick SimonsDiscover how SharedTree in Fluid Framework 2.0 makes it even easier to build collaborative, real-time applications. The post How SharedTree supercharges and simplifies Fluid Framework 2.0 appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
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