Tag: Microsoft Graph

Microsoft Graph API and the Power Platform
Microsoft Graph API and the Power Platform
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This is going to be a large series of posts about the Microsoft Graph API and the Power Platform. Introduction to the Graph API I often get asked questions about the Graph API when using Power Automate. It can be difficult to get the configuration right. It only takes one character being wrong and the Power… READ MORE

Use Siri Shortcuts to make Microsoft Graph Requests
Use Siri Shortcuts to make Microsoft Graph Requests
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Just two days ago I published Set your Teams Status to In a Call when using other Calling & Meeting Apps on iOS. In this article, I explained how we can leverage Siri Shortcuts on iOS to call an Azure Function which then executes web requests against the Microsoft Graph API. Today I wanted to see… READ MORE

Extend Managed Team Templates with Microsoft Graph API
Extend Managed Team Templates with Microsoft Graph API
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Team template capabilities were introduced to Microsoft Teams in the second half of 2020. Team templates enable organizations to have a common structure and needed apps on newly created teams, which helps users to see the familiar structure and discover information and conversations they need. An organization can also include certain needed apps, like bots… READ MORE

Login with Microsoft Graph
Login with Microsoft Graph
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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
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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