Pass user’s identity and authorization from an SPFx web part to an Azure Function to another web API using OAuth 2.0 On-Behalf-Of flow

There are many use cases which you need to call a service/web API from another Web API and it requires to propagate the delegated user identity and permissions through the request chain. OAuth 2.0 On-Behalf-Of flow helps you to authorize access from the gateway to the downstream APIs without losing trace of the user. In this post I will show you how to use a SharePoint Framework web part as a client application communicates with […]

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SFPx consuming Dynamics 365 CRM API

We usually building a SharePoint Framework solution that requires access to specific resources secured with Azure AD such as Microsoft Graph, Yammer, and Dynamic CRM. In this post I will show you how you can consume Dynamics CRM API from an SPFx web part. Dynamics 365 30-day Trial If you don’t already have a Dynamics 365 environment, you can sign up for a 30-day trial from here. API permissions To be abe to obtain the […]

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Implementing Microsoft Teams Authentication Flow For Tabs

Most Identity Providers like Azure AD use OAuth 2.0 as an open standard for authentication and authorization, In this blog post I will show you how to implement the OAuth 2.0 flow for Microsoft Teams Tabs using SharePoint Framework and the Teams Client SDK. A basic understanding of OAuth 2.0 is required for reading this post, so if you are new to this concept, please read this post or this good overview which is easier […]

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SPFx webpart consuming Yammer API using AadTokenProvider

Yammer JavaScript SDK gives you ability to consume Yammer Rest API. But the problem with the SDK is you need to handle the sign in through an iframe and a login button, so end users will have to click on that button and sign in to be able to use your app (if you are interested in building an SPFx web part using the Yammer Javascript SDK, you can see this sample on github). Today […]

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SharePoint Framework, Azure Function and React Hooks, where the magic happens – part 2

In the previous post we developed the functions to get and apply a provisioning template using PnP core library and deployed them to the Azure Portal, then we configured the Application Registration by uploading the certificate needed for authentication process and added API permissions we need to do the operations on SharePoint. In this post we will implement the web part to call our functions and also we will learn how we can use some […]

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