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Quickly build your own Microsoft OneNote API Integration

  • Don’t waste time learning the Microsoft OneNote API behaviour
  • Use a pre-configured API client and OAuth2 implementation
  • Consume and transform the Microsoft OneNote API with functions
  • Host and scale your integration for free
  • Monitor and log every API call to the Microsoft OneNote API out of the box.
  • Integrate into your app within seconds using our integration clients
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As a developer, I want to build an integration on Microsoft OneNote

On Bearer

Clone the template

npm init bearer microsoft-onenote -t -d providers/microsoft-onenote
cd microsoft-onenote

Configure your API credentials

npm run bearer setup:auth
? Enter Microsoft OneNote Client ID:
? Enter Microsoft OneNote Client Secret:
Setup the integration with your Microsoft OneNote OAuth2 credentials. This will allow you to make authenticated API requests. Don't know your Microsoft OneNote OAuth2 credentials?

Test the pre-built function

npm run bearer invoke defaultFunction
  "data": [
      "id": "0-BEAR3C7E16E0AAD6F9!001",
      "self": "!001",
      "displayName": "Bearer Vision 🐻"

Code your own function

npm run bearer generate:function myFunction
create: functions/myFunction.ts
Function generated
✨ Done
Use your function to call any Microsoft OneNote endpoint and map the data to your app models.

Deploy your integration

npm run bearer push
Refreshing tokens... done
✓ Generate bundle
✓ Transfer bundle
🐻 Integration successfully pushed.
Once your integration is ready, deploy it on the Bearer platform and you’re good to go!
On Your App

Add a Connect Component

<script src=""></script>
const bearerClient = bearer('BEARER_CLIENT_ID')
Once users log in with their Microsoft OneNote account, your functions are able to query the API using their credentials.

Call your functions

<script src=""></script>
const bearerClient = bearer('BEARER_CLIENT_ID')
bearerClient.invoke('INTEGRATION_UUID', 'FUNCTION_NAME', {
query: { params: 'value' }
.then(() => {
console.log('Successfully invoked function')
.catch(() => {
console.log('Something went wrong')
Use our integration clients to call your functions from your app.

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