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Demosdelivered in this session
Build your first Microsoft Teams Bot – Bots are used for Chat, Messaging Extensions, Task Modules, and more. 3 options for building Bots - Bot Framework SDK, Bot Framework Composer, and Power Virtual Agents. Same technology behind scenes, just matter of abstraction and options for extensibility. The recommended low code and very extensible option with templates containing triggers and dialogs for Microsoft Teams is Composer. Tour latest capabilities, install and configure.
Surfacing your existing solution in Microsoft Teams - if you have web-based apps, they can be surfaced in Microsoft Teams tab (iFrame). Security options – protection built into your app and external access control by Teams. Add apps on Personal (static) or Group (Teams aware static) tabs after adding app to App Studio. Build tips: Make your app Teams aware, use different contentUrl and websiteUrl, use responsive apps, use simple app navigation.
Transforming your SharePoint Framework web part as a Microsoft Teams personal app – easily extend Teams by embedding client-side SPFx web parts or personal applications (not Teams applications) in Teams tabs. Requires running SPFx v1.8 or later and execution is in the context of the SPO site behind the Team. No coding, no hosting, no Azure registration, just package and deploy. Step through app creation using SharePoint generator, create a Teams tab, add it to a Team.
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Topicscovered in this call
Tour the Microsoft 365 Extensibility look book gallery -5:20
Microsoft Teams monthly community calls are targeted at anyone who's interested in Microsoft Teams development topics. This includes Microsoft Teams, Bots, App templates, Samples, and more. Details on the Microsoft 365 community fromhttp://aka.ms/m365pnp. We also welcome community demos, if you are interested in doing a live demo in these calls!
You can download recurrent invite fromhttps://aka.ms/microsoftteamscommunitycall. Welcome and join in the discussion. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, feel free to provide your input as comments to this post as well. More details on the Microsoft 365 community and options to get involved are available fromhttp://aka.ms/m365pnp.
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