Session Track:
Office 365 Development

Office 365 Development

22 June
08:00 - 09:00 Room A

Office 365 Community Leader Panel Discussion

Track: Azure Infrastructure

European Office 365 community and user group leaders discuss the latest Office 365 features and trends and share their valuable perspective on the skills you need to succeed with Microsoft's collaboration platform. Moderated by Office 365 guru Tony Redmond and Petri Community Magnate Mary Jo Foley.

21 June
17:45 - 18:45 Room A

Office 365: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Track: Azure Infrastructure

Come hear the Office 365 issues of the day debated live as industry watchers Mary Jo Foley and Paul Thurrott and Office 365 guru Tony Redmond respond to questions posed by Petri's Brad Sams. We can’t promise intelligent responses (to all questions), but whatever’s covered will be done with aplomb, style, and energy.

21 June
14:45 - 16:00 Room E

What Do I Need to Know as a PowerApps Business Developer to Administrate and Manage ALM?

Track: Office 365 Development

With PowerApps being available for your Office 365 users, you need to think about governance! How will you manage the apps from the Application Lifecycle Management perspective; how do you manage different environments to support DTAP? Another challenge is to properly manage your data. How to ensure your corporate data is not shared externally via [...]

21 June
10:45 - 12:00 Room E

Extending PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with Custom Code

Track: Office 365 Development

PowerApps and Flow is the new “magic duo” from Microsoft, with a broad range of possible uses: developing simple mobile and web applications, and simple processes, based on various data sources. Even if PowerApps and Flow were in the beginning focused on power users and consumer data sources, we are witnessing addition of new enterprise-oriented [...]

22 June
14:45 - 16:00 Room E

Building an Intelligent SharePoint Bot

Track: Office 365 Development

The Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS) is one of the Cognitive Services Microsoft now offers. We can now use these services and API's to take the SharePoint and Office 365 experience we offer to the next level. When combined with the Microsoft Graph a whole new world of collaboration will open up. Let users interact [...]

22 June
09:15 - 10:30 Room B

Automating Office 365 External Sharing

Track: Office 365 Development

External Sharing with Office 365 allows organizations to build solid extranet solution in the cloud. The user interface for external sharing is easy to use and works quite well, but sometimes it is simply not enough. What if you need to add hundreds or even thousands of external users to a SharePoint site? Within this [...]

20 June
14:15 - 15:30 Room E

Real-World PowerApps and Flow

Track: Office 365 Development

In this session, a Microsoft MVP, MCM and MCT, with hands on experience of real use of PowerApps and Flow, will be delivering the good, the bad, and the ugly experiences of building the new style of business applications using PowerApps and Flow. You will learn from an expert, get a good grip at what [...]

22 June
14:45 - 16:00 Room C

New Dawn of SharePoint Apps or “How I Learned to Love No-Code Apps”

Track: Office 365 Development

As we move to the cloud with Azure and Office 365, the world of SharePoint development has changed. No longer are developers using server-side or Sandbox solutions on the servers. Instead, they are building cloud apps that either run on other providers like Azure or AWS or the apps run on the client-side, in your [...]

20 June
11:45 - 13:00 Room E

Building Portals with Microsoft Graph API

Track: Office 365 Development

The Microsoft Graph API (graph.microsoft.com) brings together all various APIs that cover access to the Office 365 platform. The unified endpoint for accessing the different services in Office 365 makes it possible to integrate data, intelligence and insights from the Microsoft Cloud. In this session, we will start with an overview and clear positioning of [...]

20 June
16:00 - 17:15 Room E

PowerApps, the Developer Story: Build an API to Integrate Corporate Data

Track: Office 365 Development

Microsoft released PowerApps to a selective audience as a private preview in November 2015. It's a service for enterprises to connect data across clouds to create intelligent business apps faster than ever before and share them to any device. Besides addressing the business developer and power user, it also provides opportunities for developers. This enables [...]

21 June
09:15 - 10:30 Room E

Building Office Add-ins for Outlook with Angular 2

Track: Office 365 Development

Microsoft Office clients, from Outlook to Excel, Word, PowerPoint and even OneNote support an extensibility option. Developers can build add-ins which are web applications that can reach into, be called and interact with the hosting Office client application. In this session you will learn how you can use Angular 2 to create custom add-ins for [...]

20 June
10:15 - 11:30 Room A

Microsoft Graph: The Swiss Army Knife for All Your Enterprise Data

Track: Office 365 Development

The Microsoft Graph is Microsoft’s single endpoint developers can use to build custom applications. This API gives you access to a great many services that Microsoft has to offer for your data hosted within Office 365 and other Microsoft services. In this session you will learn how to utilize the Microsoft Graph in your custom [...]

20 June
13:55 - 14:15 Room A

Provisioning Office 365 Groups

Track: Office 365 Development

Working with groups but have the requirement to have them populated with some standardized content? Your business enforcing you to have more control over what a groups look like? Together we explore the options you have as a developer to have some control over the provisioning of groups and their content.

21 June
09:15 - 10:30 Room B

It’s Not Your Father’s SharePoint – Architecting Cloud-Only Solutions with Office 365, Azure, and SharePoint Online

Track: Office 365 Development

The SharePoint development has been in a huge turmoil in the past few years. In only 2-3 years we have witnessed the decline of SharePoint Farm Solutions, birth of the SharePoint AddIns (ex Apps), and client side code solutions in general. The most recently, we have witnessed the birth of SharePoint Framework (SPFx) and new [...]

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