In this month’s community call the focus is on the newly released Teams Toolkit v4.0. This latest Teams VS Code extension enables developers/non-developers to create Teams apps with minimal work. v4 capabilities called out include scenario-based app creation, run your Teams apps on Office and Outlook, create an app from sample, select to uncomment/activate commented out capabilities, and see your new app in Run and Debug mode. With the Adaptive Cards VS Code extension installed, see side-by-site edit-render experience similar to Adaptive Card Designer. The 20-minute Q&A covers a host of topics. This call was hosted by J.P. Roca (Microsoft) | @jpthepm. Recorded on June 9, 2022.
Watch the call here
- Teams Toolkit v4.0 features and Live App Demo - J.P. Roca (Microsoft) | @jpthepm – 00:32
- Q&A - J.P. Roca (Microsoft) | @jpthepm – 09:27
- New Teams Toolkit v4.0 features used in Scenario-based Teams app using Adaptive Cards – key v4 capabilities called out - scenario-based app creation, run your Teams apps on Office and Outlook, create an app from sample, side-by-site edit-render experience (when Adaptive Cards VS Code extension installed), select to uncomment/activate commented out functionality, and test your app in Run and Debug mode. New capabilities are used in a scenario-based timer trigger app that delivers Adaptive Card notifications in Teams.
Referenced in this call:
- New Teams Toolkit v4.0 features used in Scenario-based Teams app using Adaptive Cards
- Tenant – Microsoft 365 Developer Tenant
- Documentation - Get started
- Documentation - Teams Toolkit Overview
- Article - Microsoft Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code now generally available
- Twitter - Tomomi Imura | @girlie_mac
Resources in General:
- Let us know the features you need https://aka.ms/ACRoadmap
- Schema Explorer - https://adaptivecards.io/explorer/Action.Execute.html
- Designer - https://adaptivecards.io/designer/
- Get started with Templating - https://aka.ms/ACTemplating
- Browse the Adaptive Cards Code - https://aka.ms/ACRepo
- Find tools, sample cards, and more - https://www.madewithcards.io
- Contribution Guidelines – https://aka.ms/ACRepo
Adaptive Cards feedback channels
The Adaptive Cards developer community call is on the 2nd Thursday of each month. We will provide you with the opportunity to learn about Adaptive Cards in general and show 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.