Adaptive Cards are an open format enabling developers to exchange UI-content in a common and consistent way, using a card-centric interface, across multiple platforms with easy, native implementation. In this session, in addition to an overview of the specifications and available controls, we will see how to take advantage of these specifications and the various implementations available to view and collect information. We will also see how to take advantage of Adaptive Cards in services that natively support these specifications such as Skype, Teams, Outlook, Bot Framework, Windows Timeline and how to integrate them into custom applications. Come at this session to learn how to benefit from using Adaptive Cards.
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