Luise Freese

Exploring Microsoft Graph Toolkit Lap as a non-developer -Part 3

This is part 3 of my blog series about the Microsoft Graph ToolKit Lap — a very hands-on approach by the Microsoft Graph Team to engage the developer community to start using the Toolkit. If you haven’t read the first parts, please catch up here. So you know that I am not a developer, but I just began to learn about how this set of web components works and how easily even I could change the look and feel of them by using some CSS. As a code newbie, this was not the most natural thing — but as with the provided resources, I was able to achieve the desired outcome — and thanks to the author MVP Hugo Bernier I learned much new stuff as well.

#MSGraphToolkitLap Day 5

In this part, MVP Fabio Franzini will continue, and I need to confess, when I first skimmed the post, I felt seriously intimidated. But Fabio explained everything in a very concise and well-structured way so I could follow.


Wow, my learning curve is steep. I can tell you! A few days ago, I didn’t even have a clue that something like the Toolkit exists or what is a component or the fact that you style it using CSS custom properties — and today, I will learn how to use templates to change the UI. Learned that I could just add a