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Developing some reusable components for SharePoint Developers.
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January 2022

Created a pull request in pnp/sp-dev-fx-aces that received 6 comments

Added new sample MyEmails

What's in this Pull Request? Added new sample ACE for showing current user's emails in ACEs

+22,058 −0 6 comments
Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
pnp/powerapps-samples 1 open
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
microsoft/PowerPlatformConnectors 1 pull request

Created an issue in microsoftgraph/microsoft-graph-toolkit that received 4 comments

[BUG] Login Component not working with TeamsMsal2Provider in Teams Context

Describe the bug TeamsMsal2Provider Login button component not working after the user enters credentials, it just throws an error. To Reproduce Set…

Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository

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