It's no secret that I think Microsoft Teams is an awesome product. I've written in the past about how I believe Teams is a great enabler for making people more productive and brings the right tools together in a place that makes a lot of sense. What are messaging extensions? Message extensions are available when... Continue Reading →
I know I should be doing something a little more productive than this, but hey it's the holiday season and little LEGO MVP me needs to unwind too 🎄 Wishing you all a very happy, healthy and successful 2019. Pretty sure I'm not the only one who's gone down this rabbit hole...
Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork in Office 365. The vision Microsoft has with Teams, of bringing existing products and services together into a central hub and minimising context switching, is a vision I share in and have been fostering for over a decade. Before Teams came along I'd spent over a decade of... Continue Reading →
I attended my first Office Developer Bootcamp on Friday last week. I wasn't 100% sure of what to expect and had a little extra pressure as I was also presenting on Office Add-in development and assisting with the labs. I ended up having a really fun day. Lots of great conversations had during the bootcamp... Continue Reading →
Thanks for everyone that came along to the Sydney SharePoint User Group this month. It was great to be able to deliver so much exciting SharePoint news following all the announcement made at Microsoft Ignite. Given Microsoft Ignite now covers far more than just SharePoint it takes a while to distil the SharePoint specific announcements... Continue Reading →
As the dust settles on Microsoft Ignite for another year I'm left going back over my notes and recalling discussions I had for all those key announcements, advice and snippets of gold that will have a real impact for Office developers. If you are looking for a high level list of announcements made at the... Continue Reading →
One of the critical components of an Office Add-in is the add-in manifest. This is the xml file that describes how your add-in should be activated when an end user installs and uses it with Office documents and applications. This manifest contains references to URLs where your web application resides and also to other resources... Continue Reading →
With Azure Active Directory Application Registrations there are two versions of authentication model available. v1 - all the permission scopes that your app may require must be consented to by the user up front. v2 - permission scopes can be asked for dynamically as your app is running, if the user hasn't already consented to... Continue Reading →