Adaptive Cards are a new way for developers to exchange content in a common and consistent way. Get started today by putting Adaptive Cards into Microsoft Teams, Outlook Actionable Messages, Cortana Skills, or Windows Timeline -- or render cards inside your own apps by using our SDKs.
Adaptive Cards are designed to render anywhere that your users are. The following native platform renderers are under development right now.
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Consumption of the AdaptiveCards binary packages are subject to the Microsoft EULA (End User License Agreement). Please see the relevant terms as listed below:
NOTE: All of the source code, itself, made available in this repo as well as our NPM packages, continue to be governed by the open source MIT license.
The following SDKs are lovingly maintained by the Adaptive Cards community. Their contributions are sincerely appreciated! 🎉
There are many ways to contribute to Adaptive Cards.
|Last commit: 11 hours ago|
New Adaptive Cards element:
Early sample cards can be found here.
Consumers of this package must apply CSS from the packaged
adaptivecards-carousel.css stylesheet or ingest the
adaptivecards-carousel.scss Sass definitions.
#6739 - keyboard navigation issue with
#6737 - Designer styles for "dark mode" hosts need to be updated for
#6700 - move to using
addEventListener for some eventing
#6699 - parse warnings should be logged via the
SerializationContext and not
#6693 - reconcile
Carousel styles with high contrast rendering