Microsoft Graph API’s Beta version, developer guidance, support

Microsoft Graph API’s beta version, You need to be aware that beta version contains features that are currently in preview. You’re invited to try these APIs. Beta version is exposed under https://graph.microsoft.com/beta How to find if the feature is in beta or not, When you open the Graph API documentation, you will see the following…

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Video: Learning Machine Learning with .NET, PyTorch and the ONNX Runtime

ONNX is a open format to represent deep learning models that is supported by various frameworks and tools. This format makes it easier to interoperate between frameworks and to maximize the reach of your hardware optimization investments. In this episode, Seth Juarez sits with Rich to show us how we can use the ONNX runtime…

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Azure Developer – Service Fabric is going open source

Yes, that’s right – Service Fabric is going open Source and it was announced by Service Fabric team. Please refer the earlier blog regarding the same.  Service Fabric is going open source under the MIT license and over the coming months it will be transitioning to a completely open development process on GitHub. Also check…


Developer: How to use Github for Windows users?

If you’re a Developer who is curious about Git and GitHub, be sure to check out this GitHub training. Join experts Briana Swift and Jeremy Foster for a look at basic Git and GitHub concepts, and see why millions of Developers use the fast and flexible dev process fostered by GitHub. Take a look at…

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MAPI Developer: Download latest MFCMAPI from the Github

As you aware that MFCMAPI provides access to MAPI stores to facilitate investigation of Exchange and Outlook issues and to provide developers with a sample for MAPI development. If you look to download the latest MFCMAPI (x86/x64) then you can get it from the Github @ https://github.com/stephenegriffin/mfcmapi Hope this helps.


Microsoft Office 365, Exchange Developer : How to include EWS Managed API via NuGet in your Visual Studio solution?

As you aware Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API provides a managed interface for developing .NET client applications that use EWS. By using the EWS Managed API, you can access almost all the information stored in an Office 365, Exchange Online, or Exchange Server mailbox – on-premises starting from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, 2010, 2013,…


Office IT Pro: Deployment scripts for Office 2016

To help IT pros with Office client deployments using PowerShell to streamline the process we created a community project.  It contains all of the scripts on our GitHub repository in five categories: – Preparation – Information – Deployment – Management – Updates Also please visit the related Wiki, which contains useful information designed to provide…


Free Development Tool: “Visual Studio Code” runs on OSX, Linux, Windows OS

Visual Studio Code provides developers with a new choice of developer tool that combines the simplicity and streamlined experience of a code editor with the best of what developers need for their core code-edit-debug cycle. Visual Studio Code is the first code editor, and first cross-platform development tool – supporting OSX, Linux, and Windows -…

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Getting started with EWS Java API

As you know the EWS Java API, a java client library to access Exchange Web Services (EWS) – a SOAP-based API and you can use it from Java or any other language that lets you POST XML data over HTTP. The API works against Office 365 Exchange Online as well as on premises Exchange Server….

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