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We can declare reactive state using Reactivity APIs and expose them to the template by returning an object from setup(). The properties on the returned object will also be made available on the component instance (if other options are used):

refs returned from setup are automatically shallow unwrapped when accessed in the template so you do not need to use .value when accessing them. They are also unwrapped in the same way when accessed on this.

setup() itself does not have access to the component instance - this will have a value of undefined inside setup(). You can access Composition-API-exposed values from Options API, but not the other way around.

The first argument in the setup function is the props argument. Just as you would expect in a standard component, props inside of a setup function are reactive and will be updated when new props are passed in.

The setup() function is run once, when the program starts. It's used to define initial environment properties such as screen size and to load media such as images and fonts as the program starts. There can only be one setup() function for each program and it shouldn't be called again after its initial execution. If the sketch is a different dimension than the default, the size() function or fullScreen() function must be the first line in setup(). Note: Variables declared within setup() are not accessible within other functions, including draw().

As an admin, you use app setup policies to install and pin apps, and control which specific users can upload custom apps. Pinning helps promote adoption of and provide quick access to the relevant apps in your organization.

Pin apps: App setup policies let you choose apps to pin, set the order the apps show up for your users in the Teams app bar or the compose message area. Admins can also control whether the users can pin their own apps or not.

Admins can pin an app via an app setup policy. Apps that are pinned by admins get automatically installed for the users for whom the app is allowed. Such an app can't be uninstalled by users. Using an app setup policy, you can do the following tasks:

You manage app setup policies in the Microsoft Teams admin center. Use the global (Org-wide default) policy or create and assign custom policies. Users get the global policy. If you create a custom policy, it overrides the global policy. Global admin or Teams service admin can manage these policies.

Not all apps can be pinned to Teams through an app setup policy. Some apps may not support this functionality. To find apps that can be pinned, search for the app in the Add pinned apps pane. Tabs that have a personal scope (static tabs) and bots can be pinned to the Teams desktop client and these apps are available in the Add pinned apps pane. While the Teams app store lists all Teams apps. The Add pinned apps pane includes only apps that can be pinned to Teams through a policy.

In Teams for Education, the Calling app isn't available. When you create a new custom policy in app setup policy, the Calling app is displayed in the list of apps. However, the app isn't pinned to Teams clients and Teams for Education users won't see the Calls app in Teams.

This module is part of ansible-core and included in all Ansibleinstallations. In most cases, you can use the shortmodule namesetup even without specifying the collections: keyword.However, we recommend you use the FQCN for easy linking to themodule documentation and to avoid conflicting with other collections that may havethe same module name.

Path used for local ansible facts (*.fact) - files in this dir will be run (if executable) and their results be added to ansible_local facts. If a file is not executable it is read instead. File/results format can be JSON or INI-format. The default fact_path can be specified in ansible.cfg for when setup is automatically called as part of gather_facts. NOTE - For windows clients, the results will be added to a variable named after the local file (w


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