SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a powerful tool for extending Microsoft 365. Learn how to create real solutions with Paolo Pialorsi.
Introduction: In a recent project while working on client-side scriptings, we had come across a requirement where we interact with Dynamics 365 CRM data using WebAPI and query expressions. In most cases, we needed the current Model-driven app AppId to build the WebAPI URLs. We had achieved this by using Dynamics CRM Client API references.… READ MORE
API Management is an awesome API gateway with functionality to really excell in exposing API’s to consumers. When it comes to security there are several options and today we will look in to the OAuth. In order to do this we need an IDP (Identity Provider) that we can configure a trust releationship with. An… READ MORE
In this post I’m going to show how to use a MSI with PowerShell on Azure Functions to generate oAuth access tokens for Graph API access. MSI Managed Service Identities (MSI) aka “Azure AD-managed identities” eliminate the need for developers having to manage credentials by providing an identity for the Azure resource in Azure AD… READ MORE
I am so proud of the Microsoft Graph Teams team 💛 It took a while, but the MS Graph Teams team released a new approach to manage Teams membership directly from a dedicated Graph teams API 😯 Background Currently, changes made to the team’s membership had to be made to the Microsoft 365 group backing… READ MORE
Machine translation has come a long way in the past few years. From barely intelligible gibberish in some languages a few years back, machine translation now has quality that sometimes rivals human beings. The quality that you get from Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services is much higher than what you get from the free translation engines.… READ MORE
Community Reporter Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen, Senior Program Manager, OneDrive – SharePoint Engineering. Video Transcript Nicole: Okay welcome to the ESPC 2019 we are sitting here at the community reporter booth I have Vesa here as my interviewee. Vesa: Thank You for having me. Nicole: You’re a principle program manager at Microsoft so for… READ MORE
A bill-of-materials, in terms of software, was a new term for me up until recently. The idea is that you can collect all dependencies of your software product and do a security as well as a legal audit of those dependencies. Modern software products (web products in particular) use an extensive amount of open-source dependencies.… READ MORE
In this quick How To video, Michał demonstrates How To set up a web hook in Microsoft Flow for Todoist.