How to use the Microsoft Graph SDK Chaos Handler to Simulate Graph API Errors

So you've developed your application using the Microsoft Graph SDK, you are making calls to the Graph API and things are looking great. Being an awesome developer, you want to make sure that your application can handle any errors that the Graph API might throw at you. The first challenge is trying to figure out... Continue Reading →

Simulating 429 Throttling in Microsoft Graph API (SharePoint/OneDrive workloads)

Developing and testing your error handling code is really important to ensure the end product is resilient. I've always found this area to be a bit of a minefield when developing against SharePoint and more recently the Microsoft Graph API. I usually resort to using some software that intercepts the calls being made (e.g. Fiddler)... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Graph Learn Together Event – Join Our APAC Watch Party

What is this event? The Microsoft Graph team (the people that actually make the Graph API) are running a 2hr live streamed event on Learn TV targeted at developers wanting to learn how to build apps using the Microsoft Graph and expedite their journey. Microsoft is running this live stream twice to accommodate different time... Continue Reading →

Outlook Add-in Roaming Settings Behaviour and Shared Mailboxes

Roaming Settings are a feature of the Office Add-in Model (Office.js) and provide a persisted storage object that your add-in can use. The Office Add-in model takes care of storing the settings and making them available as users move onto different devices or different hosts (Desktop Outlook vs Web Browser for example). This works as... Continue Reading →

Being an Azure Storage Account Owner isn’t enough to use AzCopy

I was using AzCopy (Azure PowerShell module) to try and upload files from my local machine to an Azure Storage Container (blob storage) using my Microsoft user credentials. I was surprised to find that I hit authorization and permission issues when I was the owner of the Azure subscription, I created the Azure storage account,... Continue Reading →

Here’s where the Office Add-in manifest files are cached locally for Desktop Office Apps

When a user acquires an Office Add-in from the store (for Windows Desktop version of Office), a copy of the add-in manifest file is cached locally. Often during troubleshooting it is helpful to be able to verify exactly which version of the manifest is being used, or even inspect the content of the manifest file.... Continue Reading →

5 ways I stay updated with Microsoft 365 Developer news and announcements (Azure, Office, SharePoint)

We all learn and consume our news in different ways and through different sources and mediums. What works for me may not work for you, but for those feeling like they are struggling to keep up with the constantly changing Microsoft 365 developers landscape I've decided to share where I regularly source my news and... Continue Reading →

2 tips for working with Web Project Folders, CMD Window and Visual Studio Code

With modern web development I find I'm using Visual Studio code as my IDE the majority of the time. During a recent developer bootcamp I shared the way I open projects and realised that some of the techniques I use wasn't common knowledge. With web project in Visual Studio Code (VSCode) you need to open... Continue Reading →

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