Microsoft Teams

The New Culture of Work

As a new culture of work is emerging, there are increasingly diverse requirements for businesses, organisations, and individuals. Often spanning multiple devices, geographies and time zones, application development and deployment can struggle to meet the demands of an organisation.

KnowledgeKube allows you to build web, mobile and service-driven applications, publishing them directly into Microsoft Teams and SharePoint, all securely managed with Office 365.

Empower your organisation with low-code applications and services through a single shared hub – Microsoft Teams.


All the benefits of low-code with all the benefits of Teams

KnowledgeKube provides everything you need to build complete cloud-first applications and securely deploy them to Teams...

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Rapidly create custom content, web applications and micro-services. Incorporate organisational assets, document templates and brand. Create a new application in minutes using our Teams templates or convert an existing application.

User Experience

Use HTML, native mobile, or cross-platform Adaptive Card technology to build your application user interface. Use our cloud events to connect disparate systems together.


Integrate your KnowledgeKube applications and business logic into Teams Tabs and Chats, Webhook connectors and Bots. Our built-in manifest editor makes building Teams and SharePoint deployments simple.

App Integration with Microsoft Teams and Low-code

See how easy it is to build and integrate low-code applications with Microsoft Teams by watching episode 1 of our Low-code Live Series.

This episode is based around building apps that can interact with or sit within Microsoft Teams and includes:

  • Embedding an enterprise system directly into teams from a tab.

  • Working with adaptive cards to render information into teams.

  • Building Teams add-ons in low-code for you to deploy within your organisation or to sell on Microsoft AppSource.

Why KnowledgeKube for Teams?

Everything you need to build and deploy applications and services to Microsoft Teams

Low-code platform for building cloud-first web, Windows 10, Android, and iOS applications

Easily publish your KnowledgeKube applications and business logic into Teams Tabs, Chats, Bots and webhook connectors

Meet the minimum requirements for building and deploying Teams applications using our templates

Build your own templates and securely share them within your organisation or partner network

Use our content delivery system to build re-usable Adaptive Card templates that contain data from 150+ applications, services, and formats

Use our content delivery system to embed complete web applications into custom Teams tab pages

Dynamically control your content and data using role-based logic

Integrated Adaptive Card editor for building cross-platform user experiences

Integrated manifest editor for publishing to Office 365 and Microsoft AppSource

Automatically pre-fill your manifest files, so you can focus on your applications and not tracking down publishing errors

Add real-time events to your applications and services to enhance your end-user collaboration experience

The fastest way to monetise your IP with Microsoft AppSource

Microsoft Teams Integration - A closer look

In this video our low-code evangelist Ranjit Purewal takes a closer look at building and integrating Microsoft Teams applications in low-code with KnowledgeKube, and includes:

  • How quickly and easily you can build and deploy a low-code application with integration into Microsoft Teams.

  • A closer look at our Content Delivery System.

  • Live debugging with Model Insights telemetry.

  • Creating a new Teams site definition and Teams manifest.

  • Importing a manifest into Teams and publishing.


Want to learn more about our Microsoft Teams Integration?

Click below to download our PDF on low-code Teams integration.

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