📣 Community Call - April 11, 2019
Welcome to our new Adaptive Cards community call series for 2019, the 2nd Thursday of each month. We are excited to provide you with a monthly opportunity to learn about Adaptive Cards in general, how they could be a great tool in your applications and contribute to the evolution of the format and SDKs. Each month, we’ll discuss new features we are bringing to the platform, our roadmap, and listen to your feedback and suggestions.
You can download a recurring monthly calendar invite at https://aka.ms/adaptivecardscommunitycall.
Agenda for this month’s call included:
- Take a look at the features here
- We walked through a few demos showcasing 1.2 features
- The release is targeting the end of April
Andrew Leader shows us a custom version of the Adaptive Card Designer that adds QR-code-based real-time syncing to an Android device. Our goal in the coming months will be to integrate this functionality into the adaptivecards.io designer.
Try it yourself by loading up this custom Designer at http://adaptivecards-sharing.azurewebsites.net/designer
Audrie Gordon walks us through a hypothetical construction company that uses Teams, SharePoint, and Flow to automate some business processes. This company tracks their change orders in Excel, which when modified kicks off a Microsoft Flow that calculates the schedule impact and generates an Adaptive Card –
- Short ‘What is Flow’ Video
- Flow Learning Resources
- The date expression used: convertTimeZone(utcnow(),’UTC’,’Pacific Standard Time’,’MMM-dd-yyyy HH:mm’)
- Audrie’s first impressions with adaptive cards on video
- Microsoft Flow’s YouTube Channel
- Find Audie on Twitter @ArtsyPowerApper
Watch the call here.
Next month’s call will be held on Thursday, May 9th, 2019 at 9:00am PST. We look forward to talking to you then.
Adaptive Cards community call
- Recurring monthly community call calendar invite – https://aka.ms/adaptivecardscommunitycall.
- Previous monthly call recordings – Office Development YouTube Channel
Adaptive Cards feedback channels
Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, running the Adaptive Cards project. Loving the new cross-platform, open-source, MSFT ride