In this new version of Microsoft Graph Developer Proxy, we’re excited to introduce the preview ability to detect minimal permissions for calling Microsoft Graph APIs, improved simulation of throttling, and caching guidance.
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Build resilient and performant apps with the latest preview version of the Microsoft Graph Developer Proxy. In this new version, we’re excited to introduce the ability to exclude specific URLs, improved throttling and streamlined UI.
We are announcing a change to the NuGet organization that publishes Microsoft Graph .NET SDK on NuGet.org. Starting in May 2023, the NuGet organization will be changing from “Microsoft_Graph_Clients_and_Tooling” to “MicrosoftGraph”.
What is the impact of this change?
The organization rename might impact projects that use the ...
We would like to announce the new Azure AD application name for our Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK and CLI. The name currently shown as Microsoft Graph PowerShell in the consent window will change to Microsoft Graph Command Line Tools effective May 2023.
The decision to change the Azure AD application name was made to better reflect the app...