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Graph REST API.
An Outlook add-in sample that accesses Microsoft Graph using single sign-on and adds buttons to the Outlook ribbon.
This sample ASP.NET Core web application shows how to subscribe to change notifications using webhooks. This sample also supports receiving ...
In this 14-minute developer-focused demo, Juan Balmori and Ankush Oberoi relate how Shared Folders/Delegate Scenarios, was delivered in Micr...
A sample Bot that uses adaptive cards and the .NET Graph SDK to send actionable messages requesting approval to release files on OneDrive.
This sample uses the Microsoft Graph .NET Client Library to work with data, and the Microsoft Identity Web for authentication on the Microso...
If your applications are currently using Outlook REST API v1.0, you should plan to transition to Microsoft Graph to ensure continued access ...
In this 12-minute developer-focused demo, Elizabeth Samuel showcases an Outlook event-based activation capability in preview to tag external...
This sample NodeJS web application shows how to subscribe to change notifications using webhooks. This sample also supports receiving change...
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