Breaking changes for Microsoft Teams beta APIs – permissions for installing personal apps, removing unused properties from code snippets

At the end of July, we will make breaking changes to the beta endpoint that include different permissions for app installations for a user and removing redundant data from code snippets inside chatMessages. APIs on the v1.0 endpoint will not be affected.
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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 12 – Success Stories of Microsoft Graph Enabled Apps

In this edition of A Lap Around the Microsoft Graph Toolkit, we’re going to share real-life examples of how some of our Education-focused partners are building solutions that address today’s challenges of remote and hybrid learning with Microsoft Graph Toolkit powered apps and the Microsoft Teams platform. 
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Announcing the general availability of Microsoft Graph Identity Protection APIs

Today we’re announcing general availability of our two Azure AD Identity Protection APIs in Microsoft Graph: riskyUsers and riskDetections. Previously you could only consume these APIs through the beta endpoint, but can now find the riskyUsers and riskDetections resource types on the v1.0 endpoint. These APIs enable you to query risk detections and risky users detected by Azure AD Identity Protection, and to take action on risky users.
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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 11 – Microsoft Graph Toolkit Proxy Provider

Hey devs, welcome to day 11 of the Microsoft Graph Toolkit blog series! Today we will explore the Microsoft Graph Toolkit proxy provider. Microsoft Graph Toolkit (MGT) provider enables you to use a proxy API behind the Graph Toolkit components rather than calling the Microsoft Graph API directly.
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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 10 – Microsoft Graph Toolkit Teams Provider

Microsoft Teams plays an increasingly critical role in the remote collaboration and productivity work landscape. Teams applications can help you create collaboration and productivity solutions tailored to your organization’s needs. Microsoft Graph Toolkit (MGT) makes building Microsoft Teams solutions even easier. This article will show you end to end how to use Microsoft Graph Toolkit to build applications for Teams.
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Update your applications to use Microsoft Authentication Library and Microsoft Graph API

Today we're announcing end of support timelines for Azure AD Authentication Library (ADAL) and Azure AD Graph. Starting June 30th, 2020, we will no longer add any new features to ADAL and Azure AD Graph. We will continue to provide technical support and security updates but will no longer provide feature updates. Starting June 30th, 2022, we will end support for and Azure AD Graph and will no longer provide technical support or security updates. Apps using Azure AD Graph after this time will no longer receive responses from the Azure AD Graph endpoint.
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Microsoft Graph Toolkit adds Presence, Templating for the Login component, a React wrapper preview, and more!

Today we’re excited to share another update to the Microsoft Graph Toolkit! This update includes new features and improvements including the addition of presence to the Person  and Person Card components, templating support for the Login component, a preview of mgt-react and more.
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Deprecation of riskEventTypes property in signIns v1.0 API on Microsoft Graph

We have introduced a new riskEventsTypes_v2 (string) property to the signIns v1.0 API. We will retire the current riskEventTypes (enum) property on June 11, 2022 in accordance with our Microsoft Graph deprication policy.
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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 9 – Microsoft Graph Toolkit SharePoint Provider

A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 9 - in this blog we’ll show you how you can apply what you’ve learned so far in your own SPFx solutions.
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Changes to risk event properties and Identity Protection APIs on Microsoft Graph

We’re updating a couple preview APIs in the Identity Protection space. We’re changing the way that we’re representing risk event types, and we’re also introducing a new /identityProtection segment to the Microsoft Graph.
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