Microsoft Graph is the access point to many Microsoft APIs (Office 365, Outlook.com, Excel Online, SharePoint, OneDrive, Skype, etc.) and unlocks many scenarios like accessing user and organization data, interacting with Calendar, and editing Office documents stored in OneDrive from an app. In this book we’ll see the architecture of Microsoft Graph, how to interact with Microsoft Graph and the possibilities it offers.
Presenter: Sébastien Levert Development Lead, 2toLead, Canada Every developer hears about AngularJS and all the magic it does for your applications. In order to kickstart your AngularJS journey, this session is an introduction to the AngularJS concepts applied to any Office 365 development. Different workloads will be targeted (Mail, Calendar, Files) and the Microsoft Graph… READ MORE
It is finally here… the Dialog API! If you have ever built an Office add-in and dealt with authentication, pickers or something of that sort; I’m sure you will understand how great this is. But it’s not just for authentication, with the new Dialog API – we can build some pretty brilliant experiences. This is… READ MORE
Application Development with Microsoft Graph A lot of companies are already using cloud based solutions, among others because of the speed and flexibility of cloud platforms in providing solutions and the long term lower costs compared to On Premise solutions. Microsoft offers a fast growing platform with Office 365 and SharePoint, which is used by… READ MORE
Presenter: Alan Richards, Founder, Edutechnow Ltd, UK In this webinar we will look at a session that was delivered at the European SharePoint conference 2 years ago on building BI dashboards using Visio and recreate the same dashboard using PowerBi. During the webinar we will use live demos to explain the basics of PowerBi and… READ MORE
The European SharePoint and Office 365 Community Awards 2016 are now open for entry
Interested in attending ESPC16 but need to convince your boss? Here is a short template which may be of some help to convince your boss.