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    This toolkit is designed to bring a card-centric interface across multiple platforms with easy, native implementation.
    At BUILD 2017, Microsoft announced a new open framework for card-based UI called Adaptive Cards that are designed to work cross platform, easily and conveniently, without being limited to set templates or custom HTML layouts. Cards are used all over the place in today's online world; you can find them on social media, restaurant reservations, flight bookings, and more. With Adaptive Cards, developers only need to build once, and have those cards show up in apps and websites across platform, natively and securely.

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    03-22-2018 01:10 PM

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