The command-line interface, for some, is the natural way to work on a computer. The "To Do" app is the standard, simple interface to a simple problem. Microsoft has a wonderful desktop/GUI application for doing such things - https://todo.microsoft.com/tasks/. tdi (short for To Do Interface) intends to create a CLI app and interface to Microsoft Graph, the store for Microsoft To Do's managed tasks. The app will be built in and released through Github - hoping for Windows, macOS and Linux builds.
There is an "official" application registration in Azure for the client. But if you're wanting to use your own for development you can follow these steps:
You will need both the
CLIENT_SECRET. In addition you'll need to add the appropriate API permissions for
tasks.readwrite in order for the application to access the Graph API. With the credentials in hand you will then add them into the source code before building - here: https://github.com/microsofthackathons/tdi/blob/develop/src/tasks.rs#L17
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