In this post we use the Azure Application Insights by the custom code and see how it works behind the scenes for your understanding. (In most cases you don’t need to create the programming code by your own, and the SDK does all.)
The custom api enables you to connect your own web api (REST api) in Microsoft Flow (including SharePoint workflow) and PowerApps.
In this post I show you how to build and use the custom api with api authentication.
With Windows 10 version 1607 or later, you can use the Windows Information Protection (WIP, formerly “Enterprise Data Protection”) and the developers can also create the WIP-aware application. This post shows how to build this WIP-aware application.
With Skype, you can build calling (voice) bot using Microsoft Bot Framework. This post shows you the essence of this voice communication bot.
Now the client credential authentication using application permissions is supported in the Azure AD v2.0 endpoint. This post explains how it works for developers.
This post describes how to set-up and how to work for the Row-Level Security (RLS) in both Power BI and Power BI Embedded.
In this blog post, I show you how to create your own custom visuals in Power BI. All you need is PC (or Mac), node.js, and Power BI service account.
In this post, I show you how to build and design the bot with the authentication process (integrating Office 365, Azure, etc), like “FreeBusy” bot or “AzureBot”.
This post shows the various rich and functional messages (how-to) using Microsoft Bot Framework.
This blog post explains how to build your Bot (incl. Skype Bot) without SDK (using only HTTP). This shows how to provide and consume authorization info and rest (webhook) in Microsoft Bot Framework for any programming languages.
Note that the Skype bot development has moved to the Microsoft Bot Framework 3, and please use this.