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Microsoft Graph documentation has a fresh new look
Microsoft Graph documentation has a fresh new look
We've heard your feedback over the years that you'd like to see some improvements to the Microsoft Graph documentation experience. Today we are announcing that we've moved to https://docs.microsoft.com/graph, which gives our docs a fresh new look! Searchable table of contents The single biggest request we heard was for the ability to find ...
30DaysMSGraph – Day 27 – Use case: Create a Team
30DaysMSGraph – Day 27 – Use case: Create a Team
List of all posts in the #30DaysMSGraph series -Today's post written by Nick Kramer In Day 26 we concluded calling Microsoft Graph using Flow.  Today, we'll show how to create teams and automate team lifecycles. Introduction to Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams allows people to work together and get projects done by collaborating through ...
Microsoft Teams platform update
Microsoft Teams platform update
Dev family, this is long-overdue. We know there have been some great experiences, as well as some challenging ones over the previous two years. So, let us start by saying thank you for your hard work, patience, and resilience. We’re grateful for your partnership. It’s been quite a journey, and we are just getting started. We’ve been ...
Isolated web parts in SPFx with Luca Bandinelli and Pat Miller – Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast
Isolated web parts in SPFx with Luca Bandinelli and Pat Miller – Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast
This week Jeremy Thake talks to Luca Bandinelli (Principal Program Manager) and Pat Miller (Principal Engineering Manager) about the SharePoint Framework. They go into detail about its history and how the extensibility story evolved over time from Farm Solutions, through Sandbox Solutions, add-in model and SPFx. They cover off the reasons why...
30DaysMSGraph – Day 26 – Use case: Calling Microsoft Graph using Flow
30DaysMSGraph – Day 26 – Use case: Calling Microsoft Graph using Flow
List of all posts in the #30DaysMSGraph series -Today’s post written by Martin Boejstrup In Day 25 we learned how to update OneNote using Microsoft Graph. In todays post we will show you how to make Microsoft Graph API calls using Microsoft Flow. For those of you who are not familiar with Microsoft Flow, do not worry. Microsoft Flow is ...
30DaysMSGraph – Day 25 – Use case: Create a OneNote notebook
30DaysMSGraph – Day 25 – Use case: Create a OneNote notebook
List of all posts in the #30DaysMSGraph series In Day 24 we concluded configuring implicit flow authentication on a single-page application.   Today we'll extend the base console application to create a OneNote notebook, section, and page. You can create OneNote notebooks on a variety of resources including the "/me" endpoint, SharePoint...
30DaysMSGraph – Day 24 – Use case: Calling Microsoft Graph from a single-page application Part 2
30DaysMSGraph – Day 24 – Use case: Calling Microsoft Graph from a single-page application Part 2
List of all posts in the #30DaysMSGraph series -Today’s post written by Bob German In Day 23 you learned how to register apps for both Azure AD v1 and v2 that can be used from the browser to enable Graph API calls. Today, we'll use those registrations in some simple applications. There are four samples that accompany this article, so ...
30DaysMSGraph – Day 23 – Use case: Calling Microsoft Graph from a single-page application Part 1
30DaysMSGraph – Day 23 – Use case: Calling Microsoft Graph from a single-page application Part 1
List of all posts in the #30DaysMSGraph series -Today’s post written by Bob German In Day 22 we used Intune to manage apps and devices. Today and tomorrow, we'll call Microsoft Graph APIs directly from a web browser in a Single Page Application much the same way we learned on Day 15 from a .Net Core Console Application. Today's article ...
30DaysMSGraph – Day 22 – Device and App Management with Intune
30DaysMSGraph – Day 22 – Device and App Management with Intune
List of all posts in the #30DaysMSGraph series -Today's post written by Peter Richards In Day 21 we added plans, buckets, and tasks to Planner.  Today we will be building on the .NET Core sample application started in Day 15 to add support for the device and app management functionality offered by Intune.   What is Intune? Intune is...