Microsoft 365 Platform Community Call - weekly community call recording from February 2nd, is now available from the Microsoft 365 Community YouTube channel at http://aka.ms/m365pnp/videos.
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Demos delivered in this session
Access a user's calendar events in an ASP.NET Core app with Microsoft Graph - APIs and SDKs. Like how you would tie into an individual’s e-mail, Teams conversations, OneDrive files, etc., follow this 6-step process from app creation to result rendering for calendar events. Specifically highlighted is the code for middleware (for authentication), the GraphCalendarClient, injection and for rendering a person’s calendar events for a specified date range and time zone. Step-by-step details in Learn module.
Latest on Microsoft Bookings API on Microsoft Graph – Bookings is an appointment scheduling app that integrates with Outlook calendars and with Teams online meetings. Bookings allows owner to publish their calendar to the outside world for purposes of allowing others to book appointments with owner. Available for 3 years already, Booking APIs are now available in Graph on v1.0 endpoint. Hear about use cases, object entities, key operations, permissions, newest APIs and roadmap.
Using the MGT Agenda and Tasks Components in your solutions – 3 components reviewed – Agenda, Planner Tasks, and To-Do tasks. Agenda – listing of future events in your calendar – specify event order, by day of week, number events, number days, by reference time zone and customized rendering. Planner Tasks – see tasks assigned to you from multiple projects. Essentially manage Planner tasks (add, delete, modify) without having to launch Planner App. Finally in To-do – access my Reading List, add/delete readings.
Thank you for your work. Samples are often showcased in Demos.
Topics covered in this call
Additional resources around the covered topics and links from the slides.
D2: Documentation - Microsoft Bookings API overview (preview)
D2: Documentation - Use the Microsoft Bookings API in Microsoft Graph
D2: Microsoft.com - Microsoft Bookings
D2: Documentation - Use the Microsoft Bookings API in Microsoft Graph (v1)
D2: Documentation - Use the Microsoft Bookings API in Microsoft Graph (beta)
D2: Documentation - Microsoft Bookings
D3: Documentation – Microsoft Graph Toolkit: UI Components and Authentication Providers for Microsoft Graph | aka.ms/mgt/docs
D3: Documentation – Agenda component in the Microsoft Graph Toolkit
D3: Documentation – Tasks component in the Microsoft Graph Toolkit
D3: Documentation - To Do component in the Microsoft Graph Toolkit
D3: Tool – mgt-agenda simple
D3: Repo - MGT Sandbox
Previous demos delivered by Sébastien Levert on Microsoft Graph Toolkit (MGT)
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Microsoft 365 Platform community call focuses on latest Microsoft 365 Platform updates and demos delivered by Microsoft presenters and takes place weekly on Tuesday. The alternating Special Interest Group community calls each Thursday focus on SharePoint Framework (client-side development/implementation) and Microsoft 365 Platform (includes Microsoft Teams, Bots, Microsoft Graph, CSOM, REST, site provisioning, PnP PowerShell, PnP Sites Core, Site Designs, Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, Column Formatting, list formatting, etc. topics.) with demos commonly delivered by community members. More details on the Microsoft 365 community from http://aka.ms/m365pnp.
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