Using the Microsoft Graph to determine if an Office365 Group has an associated Microsoft Team

It is very easy to accidentally create an Office365 Group, for example by creating a new plan or creating new Team in Microsoft Teams; either of these (and I'm sure there are more ways) will provision an entire Office365 Group including mailbox, calendar, SharePoint team site and OneNote notebook. It doesn't create a team unless … Continue reading Using the Microsoft Graph to determine if an Office365 Group has an associated Microsoft Team

Using the Angular CLI and the Yeoman Generator to create an Office Add-in

I am a big fan of the Angular CLI, it is just so easy to scaffold an Angular application from scratch, and get up and going quickly. But when creating an Office Add-in, the scaffolding tool of choice is  Yeoman and the office generator. Below lists out how to use both to create an Office Add-in … Continue reading Using the Angular CLI and the Yeoman Generator to create an Office Add-in

Using the Microsoft Graph API to upload files to a Library with more than 5000 items gives you a HTTP 404

The Microsoft Graph provides a very easy method to upload files to OneDrive or SharePoint via the DriveItems resource. There are two methods to upload a file vis the Microsoft Graph: A straight PUT request to a location Via an upload session (a resumable upload) The PUT request accepts files up to 4MB in size; … Continue reading Using the Microsoft Graph API to upload files to a Library with more than 5000 items gives you a HTTP 404