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Updated SharePoint Framework developer training package (June 2019)!

We are pleased to announce the availability of an updated SharePoint Framework training package targeted to be used for self-learning or for redelivering provided material as a local training delivery inside of your own company or for your customers. All materials are provided for you to reuse anyway you preferred without any needs for asking permissions or notifying anyone ("sharing is caring").

30DaysMSGraph – Upgrading to MSAL .NET v4

We wrapped up the #30DaysMSGraph series in Nov 2018.  Since that time there have been a few updates to the Microsoft Graph SDK as well as the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL).  Notably MSAL for .Net and JavaScript are now generally available (GA) with v3.0.8 and MSAL.Net 4.0.0 is now available as well.  This is a good opportunity to upgrade the samples in the dotnetcore-console-sample repo to leverage MSAL .Net v4.

SharePoint Development Community (PnP) – June 2019 update

SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) June 2019 update is out with a summary of the latest guidance, samples, and solutions from SharePoint engineering or from the community for the community. This article is a summary of all the different areas and topics around the SharePoint Dev ecosystem during the past month.

Mail Search folder support for Microsoft Graph APIs

Today we’re announcing the release of mail search folder APIs to the Microsoft Graph v1.0 endpoint. A mail search folder is a virtual folder in the user's mailbox that contains all the email items matching a specified search criterion. A Microsoft Graph app can use this feature to quickly fetch all emails that match a predefined search criterion.

MSAL.NET 4.0.0 is now available!

MSAL.NET 4.0.0 is now available! We are excited to announce we are now releasing our first incremental update to MSAL.NET, bringing features that customers and partners have been asking for.  These enhancements include ADFS 2019 support, asynchronous token cache serialization and interactive token acquisition on .NET Core (through the OS browser), including on Linux and Mac.