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  • How to benefit from an Azure Active Directory dynamic group in SharePoint Framework

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | delucagiuliano.com

    Dynamic groups are special active directory group where is possible to define rules if these rules are satisfied, users or devices are automatically added. This is definitely a very useful piece of Azure Active Directory, especially if we think to use them in the context of the Microsoft 365 ecosystem, in fact, it is extremely easy to add dynamic groups in SharePoint, Teams, or OneDrive.

  • Building a release pipeline on Azure DevOps for Logic Apps

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | delucagiuliano.com

    Azure DevOps is increasingly used to automate the release of solutions to the cloud. In this context, I would like to report my recent experience by developing continuous integration and delivery for logic apps, hoping that it will be useful to someone else.

  • How to delay the visibility of a message in a storage queue

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | delucagiuliano.com

    If you are wondering how to delay the visibility of a message in an Azure Storage Queue you are in the right article. It often occurs in some business scenarios that a request submitted by a user needs to be reviewed for approval or to check the status of it for example. I recently had a use case where the user had to confirm the insertion made within 3 days.

  • How to read a query parameter in Microsoft Flow

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | delucagiuliano.com

  • How many Teams I have in my Office 365 Tenant?

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | delucagiuliano.com

    Collecting the complete list of teams in your Tenant is something that you need to do, monitor, keep track or apply some customization to the existing collection of Microsoft Teams. The reasons could be various, but the ability to have a summary is, in fact, an added value in terms of functionality.

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