Category: Microsoft Graph

Login with Microsoft Graph
Login with Microsoft Graph
Blog Posts

In this post, I’ll explain the process of using Microsoft Graph as a login process to allow users who have a Microsoft 365 account to login to a Laravel application, upon logging in a new user account would be created. In order to use this you will need a Microsoft 365 account and to register… READ MORE

Using the Latest Microsoft-Graph-Client in SPFx
Using the Latest Microsoft-Graph-Client in SPFx
Blog Posts

Lately, I’ve been looking at improving at understanding some of the challenges of developers when it comes to Microsoft Graph development, especially in the OneDrive and SharePoint space, including the SharePoint Framework. When we are looking at the simplicity that provides the SharePoint Framework when it comes to using the Microsoft Graph, it looks amazing,… READ MORE

Microsoft 365; Graph-first programming
Microsoft 365; Graph-first programming
Blog Posts

Graph-first programming in Microsoft 365 Microsoft’s SharePoint client-side object model library (CSOM) was updated to support .Net Standard. This is quite an achievement, and certainly unblocks numerous scenarios. But should you really just copy your code over to .Net Standard and be done with it? Many organizations are using multiple “workloads” in Microsoft 365. While SharePoint… READ MORE

[ESPC19 Session] What’s New in Microsoft Graph?
[ESPC19 Session] What’s New in Microsoft Graph?
Blog Posts

Watch Jeremy Thake, Principal Program Manager in Microsoft Graph team who will introduce you to Microsoft Graph. He will use demos to highlight the benefit of graph powered experiences. He will show what is new as well as visions for the future. You’ll know how to get started making your first calls to Microsoft Graph.

Creating Multi-Tenant Based Solutions with Microsoft Graph and Azure AD
Creating Multi-Tenant Based Solutions with Microsoft Graph and Azure AD
Webinars

In this session, we will see how we can leverage the creation of multi-tenant based solutions using Microsoft Graph to consume Office 365 and Azure Services and the Azure Active Directory to be the responsible for the authentication and security/permissions solution, giving to the developers different approaches to connect through those services in a secure way and having a way to develop a product to be delivery to multiple customers at the same time.

Christian Buckley interviews Naomi Moneypenny
Christian Buckley interviews Naomi Moneypenny
Blog Posts

Christian Buckley MVP, Microsoft Regional Director, CollabTalk LLC interviews Naomi Moneypenny Video Transcript Christian: Alright here we are again we’re here at the European SharePoint Office365 in Azure conference in Prague this is ESPC19. I’m here with Naomi Moneypenny hello. Naomi: Well hello Christian how are you? Christian: It’s great to see you again. Naomi:… READ MORE

Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen
Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen
Blog Posts

Community Reporter Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen, Senior Program Manager, OneDrive – SharePoint Engineering. Video Transcript Nicole: Okay welcome to the ESPC 2019 we are sitting here at the community reporter booth I have Vesa here as my interviewee. Vesa: Thank You for having me. Nicole: You’re a principle program manager at Microsoft so for… READ MORE