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Microsoft Adaptive Cards Let You Interact Inside Email

Announced at Build 2018 in May, Adaptive Cards in Outlook let developers present actionable information panels and even support payments inside the email reader. I attended a session at the conference titled “Adaptive Cards in Bots, Windows, Outlook and your own applications,” hosted by David Claux and Matt Hidinger, the principal program managers at Microsoft who run

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