Tag Archives: Office 365

Mail Addin For Outlook Using Office 365 APIs (ADAL.js, AngularJS, WebApi, Azure AD)


In this blog post you’ll be seeing an example of Mail Add-in for Outlook. I was just working with Office 365 APIs and this is just something that I’ve decided to share. It will hopefully be seen as a quick and easy example of how we can consume data that Office 365 APIs provide. The […]

http://blog.agile9.net/2015/08/18/mail-addin-for-outlook-using-office-365-apis-adal-js-angularjs-webapi-azure-ad/

Mail Addin For Outlook Using Office 365 APIs (ADAL.js, AngularJS, WebApi, Azure AD)


In this blog post you’ll be seeing an example of Mail Add-in for Outlook. I was just working with Office 365 APIs and this is just something that I’ve decided to share. It will hopefully be seen as a quick and easy example of how we can consume data that Office 365 APIs provide. The […]

http://blog.agile9.net/2015/08/18/mail-addin-for-outlook-using-office-365-apis-adal-js-angularjs-webapi-azure-ad/

Updating JavaScript viewmodels using PowerShell cmdlets in Office 365


via Updating JavaScript viewmodels using PowerShell cmdlets in Office 365.

Earlier this week I added a blogpost about my experiences with the Office Dev PnP PowerShell cmdlets by Erwin van Hunen. These posts about the Office Dev PnP PowerShell cmdlets are probably going to be a blog series, but I’ll see how that works out. The first blog was a more general blog about the Office Dev PnP PowerShell cmdlets, but now I will zoom in more into a specific use case. This time it’s time to blog about working with view models!

The great thing about working with view models is that you can add a content editor webpart to a page and link that content editor webpart to a viewmodel HTML-file you upload to (a directory in) the style library.  For a recent deployment I even automated adding the webparts to the pages, but I’ll cover that in a next blog.

Office 365 Profile Angular sample


via OfficeDev/O365-Angular-Profile · GitHub.

The Office 365 Profile Angular sample uses the Office 365 unified endpoint (preview) to get user profile data from various services such as Active Directory, SharePoint, and OneDrive.

The list of users in the Active Directory tenant appears in the sidebar. After selecting a user, their information, including user details, email address, hire date, manager, direct reports, and public files, are displayed in the main section of the app. All of this information comes from the unified endpoint.