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  • by Waldek Mastykarz
    Whether you're building apps for Microsoft 365 or any other type of application using any API, Dev Proxy has got you covered. The post Dev Proxy v0.13 with new guidance and inspecting web requests appeared first on […]
  • by Sheri Mehmood
    The webinar APIs allow line-of-business applications or multi-tenant ISV solutions to access the data they need.  The post Microsoft Teams webinar APIs in public preview appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
  • by Ayan Chakraborty
    Starting January 1st, 2024, we are adjusting the pricing for Teams transcripts and recording APIs. The post Microsoft Teams recording and transcript APIs billing update appeared first on Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.
  • by Junjie Li
    Teams App Test Tool is a new debugging option for Microsoft Teams bot applications within Teams Toolkit and makes the debugging experience easier than ever. The post Introducing Teams App Test Tool appeared first on Microsoft 365 […]
  • by Kate Everitt
    We’re announcing changes to how Office Add-ins and apps are installed, accessed, and sideloaded to Outlook for Windows and Outlook for Web. The post Updates to how to install and use Add-ins and apps in Outlook for […]
  • by Junjie Li
    We're excited to bring you an array of new features to make your Microsoft Teams app development experience even better. The post Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code update – November 2023 appeared first on Microsoft 365 […]
  • by Carol Mbasinge Kigoonya
    Microsoft Graph CLI, the command-line tool that provides convenient methods to access Microsoft Graph API capabilities on any operating system and any shell, is now available. The post Microsoft Graph CLI v1.0.0 is now generally available appeared […]
  • by Namrata Khubchandani
    Extend your existing search based message extensions and link unfurling in Microsoft Teams to Outlook without any new technical investments. The post Link unfurling and search based message extensions in Outlook generally available appeared first on Microsoft […]
  • by Ben Summers
    We’re very excited to announce the public preview of Copilot extensibility and other updates about our features and capabilities from across the Microsoft 365 platform. The post Ignite 2023: Ushering in the era of Microsoft Copilot extensibility […]
  • by Joey Glocke
    Integrate your app into Microsoft’s Copilot and Teams in minutes with API message extensions and create your own intelligent app with the Teams AI Library. The post Building the next era of AI: Teams AI Library and […]