MS-4001: Build Collaborative Apps for Microsoft Teams

Length: 1 Day(s)     Cost:$895 + GST

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In this one-day course students learn how to build and distribute Microsoft Teams apps that retrieve user information using the Microsoft Graph API. Practice building and deploying apps in the guided project at the end of the learning path.

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This course is for Developers.

  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Teams apps and their components, including adaptive cards and task modules
  • Ability to program with JavaScript, TypeScript, and Node.js
  • Experience using Visual Studio Code at the intermediate level

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe the basics of Teams platform apps
  • Describe the benefits of using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code to build apps for Teams
  • Create and debug a Teams app by using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code
  • Create a conversational bot
  • Create a bot with an adaptive card
  • Create a bot that sends proactive messages to Microsoft Teams
  • Identify the appropriate type of message extension command for an app scenario
  • Create an action-based or search-based message extension
  • Describe considerations for building message extensions to be used as plugins for Copilot for Microsoft 365
  • Create a tab in Teams
  • Retrieve context in a Teams tab
  • Create a deep link to a Teams tab
  • Create an Incoming and Outgoing Webhook
  • Process data received from an Incoming Webhook
  • Send data to an Outgoing Webhook
  • Describe how Microsoft Graph can enhance the functionality and user experience of a Teams app
  • Authenticate users to access Microsoft Graph in a Teams app
  • Configure permissions to access Microsoft Graph
  • Provision Azure resources by using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code
  • Deploy an app to Azure by using Teams Toolkit
  • Describe different ways to publish your app to your organisation's store by using Teams Toolkit

  • Get started building apps for Microsoft Teams by using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code
  • Build conversational bots for Microsoft Teams
  • Build message extensions for Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365
  • Build tabs for Microsoft Teams
  • Connect web services to Microsoft Teams using webhooks
  • Retrieve Microsoft 365 data for Microsoft Teams apps using Microsoft Graph
  • Deploy a Microsoft Teams app to Azure by using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code
  • Guided Project: Build and deploy a Microsoft Teams app using Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code