Today, thanks to the support and contributions of the community, we are excited to share another new release of the Microsoft Graph Toolkit, version 2.3. This release includes a new Microsoft Teams authentication provider, file upload support in the File List component, and several feature updates and bug fixes!
Today we’re excited to share another update to the Microsoft Graph Toolkit! This update includes new features and improvements including the addition of presence to the Person and Person Card components, templating support for the Login component, a preview of mgt-react and more.
Welcome to Day 2 of A Lap Around Microsoft Graph Toolkit! Today's post will show you how to get started with Microsoft Graph Toolkit from Zero to Hero. The exercise will walk you through registering your application, setting up authentication, and using your first Microsoft Graph Toolkit components with only a couple lines of code.
For the next two months, we will publish articles that aim to introduce developers to Microsoft Graph Toolkit. Microsoft Graph Toolkit is a collection of reusable, framework-agnostic web components and helpers for accessing and working with Microsoft Graph.
We’re excited to announce another update to the Microsoft Graph Toolkit! In this update, we’re introducing our new Microsoft Graph Toolkit playground, a Teams Channel Picker component, new features for the mgt-get component, and improvements and fixes to existing components.
In May 2019 we introduced the Microsoft Graph Toolkit, a collection of reusable, framework-agnostic web UI components that work automatically with Microsoft Graph. We’re excited to announce that this first collection of UI components is now generally available!
Today at UnoConf in Montreal, we are announcing that the Windows Community Toolkit now includes a preview of XAML controls for Microsoft Graph. To watch the announcement via live stream please tune in for the Uno Platform Keynote at 10:45AM EST available online here.