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This article is an addition to my previous one about how to automate the publication process of your JavaScript file to Office 365 public CDN. Related article: Automate publishing of your SharePoint Framework scripts to Office 365 public CDN Not long after I had published my previous article, I got the following question on Twitter:...Read More →

 

Last year Microsoft announce the Office 365 public CDN capability. This is CDN option from Office 365 is a great way for you to host your assets like images or JavaScript files. Most important, this is probably the easiest option for publishing your SharePoint Framework client-side web part assets. This is because it does not...Read More →

 

In January, a colleague and I built our first Outlook module. With the Outlook module extensibility, which was announced at Build 2016, you can create your own applications/modules inside the Outlook client. By default, you have mail, calendar, tasks, but now you have also the ability to put other applications in it. These modules are...Read More →

 

One important piece of information I required for an application which I am currently building is the site URL of the Office 365 Group site. Unfortunately, this piece of information is not provided by the groups details endpoint. When you call the API to retrieve the group details, you get the following response: This API...Read More →

 

Getting to know to which Office 365 groups users are a member of, is very useful information. You can use this information for building your own group applications or to keep a record where users have access to (governance / guest access). The way to retrieve the groups is already documented in the Microsoft Graph...Read More →

 

In one of my previous posts I explained how you can retrieve external / guest users via the Microsoft Graph API. Last week someone asked me if I knew how you can add guest users to an Office 365 Group via the Microsoft Graph API. As this was also a requirement for one of my...Read More →