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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 15 – Microsoft Graph Toolkit Resources, Roadmap, and Next Steps

In the last article of A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit series we will wrap up with a few project and community resources, share our roadmap, ask for your feedback, and provide some next steps you can take.
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Microsoft Graph community call-July 7, 2020 

Hosted by Jeremy Thake, July’s call included what’s next in the Microsoft Search API, new UI for the changelog and updates to Excel in Microsoft Graph plus information about the new TAP program for Microsoft Graph. 
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Get notified of presence changes – the Microsoft Graph presence subscription API is now available in public preview

We’re excited to announce that our presence subscription API is now in Microsoft Graph beta! As part of our Cloud communications API set, this API is used to subscribe to the Teams presence information of other users. Use webhooks to receive notifications when a user’s presence changes.
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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 14 – Using Microsoft Graph Toolkit with Angular

In day 14 of A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit, we will show you how to add toolkit components in your Angular projects from creating an Angular project to adding custom templating!
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Duration of change tracking tokens for identity and education resources

Effective today, delta links for identity and access and education resources have a lifetime of seven (7) days instead of the previous lifetime of thirty (30) days.
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A Lap around Microsoft Graph Toolkit Day 13 – Using Microsoft Graph Toolkit with React

Welcome to Day 13 of the Microsoft Graph Toolkit blog series! There are many application scenarios where developers need to create or modify stand-alone web applications using specific frameworks such as React - not just HTML or JavaScript. In this blog, we create a web application in React and show you how to use the Microsoft Graph Toolkit for both authentication and event visualization.   
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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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