Episode #118 – Using MSAL.NET to access Microsoft Graph – Part 2

Here you can find the transcript of Episode #118 of PiaSys TechBites. Welcome back to PiaSys Tech Bites. Today, we keep on talking about MSAL, the Microsoft Authentication Library, which is a library that helps developers to acquire tokens, to consume the Microsoft Graph, first of all, as well as any other API registered in […]

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Episode #117 – Using MSAL.NET to access Microsoft Graph – Part 1

Here you can find the transcript of Episode #117 of PiaSys TechBites. Welcome back to PiaSys Tech Bite. Today I want to talk with you about MSAL, the Microsoft authentication library, which is a library that helps developers to retrieve tokens to consume APIs secure with the Microsoft identity platform. I’m talking about the APIs […]

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Episode #114 – Managing To-Do Tasks with Microsoft Graph

Here you can find the transcript of Episode #114 of PiaSys TechBites. Welcome back to PiaSys Tech Bites. Today I want to talk with you about the To-Do APIs that Microsoft introduced under the beta endpoint of the Microsoft Graph. Using these APIs, we can easily access the list of task lists, the tasks in […]

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Using SharePoint REST API from PowerShell

In this short post I want to explain you how to use the SharePoint REST API from PowerShell, targeting a SharePoint Online site collection. As you probably know, you can do almost everything (and when I say everything, I really mean everything Smile …) using the PowerShell extensions created by my friend Erwin van Hunen, […]

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Slide, demos and links of my webinar “Consuming Office 365 REST API” for ESPC15

Here you can find the demos (on OfficeDev/PnP project) about how to consume the Office 365 APIs. The slides and the recorded video will be available soon on the European SharePoint & Office 365 Community. Moreover, as promised, here you can find the list of libraries (released and beta) available to consume Azure AD: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn151135.aspx. […]

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Workflow Tasks with Predecessors

During the last weeks I had to work around a workflow project with some specific requirements. In particular, one of the requirements was to support workflow tasks with predecessors. As you probably know, tasks in SharePoint are based on the well-known Task content type (ID: 0x0108), and “Workflow Task (SharePoint 2013)” content type inherits from […]

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