API

Change is here - Rapid API here I am

November 29, 2021

Over the last couple of months, I have been working at a great company. When the time comes, I’ll be able to tell you more about it. Some of you might know where I moved. For the ones that don’t, I can say it wasn’t a Microsoft focussed company. I have been interested in seeing how other companies and technology stacks are progressing.

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#DevHack: Dismiss messaging extension dialog in MS Teams

November 27, 2020

Currently, I am developing my first “real” Microsoft Teams app with SharePoint Framework. In this app, I am making use of the new messaging extension capability. Info what are messaging extensions? While developing a form in my extension, I wanted to cancel and submit a button. When I started implementing the cancel button, its onClick event, I was lost in how to close the dialog.

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#DevHack: Create SharePoint library with the Microsoft Graph

November 26, 2020

When you are reading this, you are looking to create a SharePoint library from the Microsoft Graph. It is straightforward but a bit confusing because you will have to use the lists endpoint. When you are a SharePoint developer, we all learned that a list is not the same as a library, and lists get created under the /lists/ URL path.

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Getting likes and comments from modern pages

March 26, 2018

If you are using a modern site in SharePoint Online, you might have noticed that there is a new footer / social bar control which contains actions that allow you to like a page, see the number of comments and page views. The social bar with like and comment capabilities This is a very simple control and might be useful to you when building some social solutions like for example when building your own news page roll-ups or controls.

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Retrieving external / guest users via the Microsoft Graph API

December 23, 2016

A project I was working involved retrieving all external / guest users that have been added to Office 365 and especially to Office 365 Groups. As it had to build in to an Office 365 application I choose to work with the Microsoft Graph. First thing I did was retrieving all users with the standard API call:

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