The survey asked developers about their experience and thoughts on incorporating testing in their Microsoft 365 projects, including the SharePoint Framework (SPFx), Microsoft Teams, and building Microsoft 365 apps… and the responses were mostly what I expected:
In this week’s article, I summarize the results & discussion that continued in the comments of each post from this survey and share then how I approach testing my Microsoft 365 Apps.
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🍿 Click Worthy Things
We’re starting to finally emerge from the slow news cycle of the summer months with some preview & generally available releases!
- 🚀 The Microsoft Teams Toolkit team has been busy with releases for both .NET developers using Visual Studio & those using Visual Studio Code to build Microsoft Teams apps. For Visual Studio developers, you can now debug buts with built-in tunneling & automate the lifecycles of Teams apps. VS Code developers get a preview of some upcoming features including opening SPFx projects, implementing link unfurling, and creating bots from an OpenAPI spec.
- ☁️ The Azure Container Apps team has been on a tear releasing a ton of generally available new features including initialization containers, CORS support, session affinity, and Azure Key Vault references!
Last Word 👋
Instead of sharing my picks this week, I wanted to give you a heads-up about a big change that’s coming in the next two weeks with my newsletter. Previously I shared I was moving my newsletter to a new email provider. It’s taken a LOT longer than I thought it would to get ready, but I’m just about there.
There may be a few issues I need to iron out when I make this change. I’ll give you a heads-up before the change as once it happens, further emails might fall into your spam/junk/promotions folders so you’ll want to keep an eye out for that.
There’s nothing for you to do now, I just wanted to give you a heads-up.