We're pleased to announce the public preview of an additional delivery mode for Microsoft Graph change notifications. You can now use Azure Events Hubs to receive change notifications instead of traditional webhooks.
Historically, change notifications have used webhooks to let applications receive notifications about changes in Microsoft ...
We are happy to announce the availability of new SharePoint Client-Side Object Model (CSOM) version targeted for the Office 365 or more specifically for SharePoint and Project Online. August 2020 release.
Starting May 15th, 2020, subscribers who use notification endpoints that only support TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.1 will stop receiving notifications, unless they upgrade their infrastructure to compliance and support TLS 1.2.
Starting this week, all new members of the Office 365 Developer Program (including Visual Studio Professional and Enterprise members) can sign up for a Microsoft 365 E5 developer subscription (Windows not included). This replaces the Office 365 E3 developer subscription that we made available starting in March 2018.
Today we’re excited to announce the launch of two sample data packs to help remove this pain point with basic automated sandbox creation:
Users - Includes fictitious users, metadata, and photos to simulate a small corporate environment of 16 users.
Mail & Events (to be installed after Users) - Populates Outlook email conversations and calendar events for each of the 16 sample users.
Office 365 Developer Program now offers integrated benefits with Visual Studio Professional and Enterprise. Your paid subscription in both programs grants you a free renewable Office 365 Developer subscription with up to 25 users.