Developer: How to use Github for Windows users?

If you’re a Developer who is curious about Git and GitHub, be sure to check out this GitHub training. Join experts Briana Swift and Jeremy Foster for a look at basic Git and GitHub concepts, and see why millions of Developers use the fast and flexible dev process fostered by GitHub. Take a look at…

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Support policy statement for Microsoft Graph

As new versions of the Microsoft Graph REST APIs and Microsoft Graph SDKs are released, earlier versions will be retired. Microsoft will declare a version as deprecated at least 24 months in advance of retiring an API or an SDK. So Microsoft Graph too follows the Microsoft Lifecycle Policy. When we increment the major version…

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Office 365 Devs: Deprecation of Outlook REST API v1.0

As you aware that the Version 1.0 of the Outlook REST API was launched in 2015 to provide API access to mail, calendar, contacts, and other data from Exchange Online. Later we came up with Outlook REST API v2.0 and Microsoft Graph, both of which provide richer features, and better performance and reliability than Outlook…

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Cloud developer guidance: Microsoft Graph or Azure AD Graph?

This is one of the frequent query which i come across. whenever i talked to my app developer customers community. They wanted to know whether they should be using Microsoft Graph (developer.microsoft.com/graph) or Azure AD Graph (graph.windows.net); also i see good number of discussion threads talking the same. In order to conclude this and provide…


Microsoft Graph REST API Developer – Getting list of locales, languages supported for the user mailbox

Using Microsoft Graph REST API, you can get the list of locales and languages that are supported for the user, as configured on the user’s mailbox server. You need to use OutlookUser resource type, which represents the Outlook services available to a given user. Request:https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/me/outlook/supportedLanguages RequestHeader: Authorization, Bearer/Token is required Response:If successful, this method returns…


Microsoft Graph, Office 365 and .Net Developer

As you aware Microsoft Graph provides a powerful and consistent API for data in Office 365, Azure Active Directory and beyond. With it, you can access key data across organizations. Whether you’re looking to add some simple smarts to your app, like enhanced people pickers or file attachments from OneDrive, or looking to build enterprise…