This quick start will let you try out calls, register your app, and download a sample app that connects to data using Microsoft Graph. The sample app sends an email on a user's behalf. It will show you how to authenticate and make calls to Microsoft Graph using a school or work or a Microsoft account.
This Microsoft Graph quick start uses the v2.0 endpoint for authentication and app registration. We recommend the v2.0 endpoint for personal accounts. Note that not all authentication scenarios are currently supported on the v2.0 endpoint and it is not recommended for enterprise scenarios; for details, see Should I use the v2.0 endpoint? If you are building for enterprise, see Getting Started (V1.0 endpoint).
If you have an existing hotmail.com, live.com, or outlook.com account, your mailbox might not support calls using the Microsoft Graph or the Outlook endpoint. We’re working on this. In the meantime, if you’d like to use the APIs to access consumer services such as Outlook.com or OneDrive.com, we suggest that you create a new Microsoft account.
If you plan to use services such as Groups, OneDrive for Business, Azure Active Directory, Planner, or Excel, you will need a work or school account. If you don’t have one, you can join the Office 365 Developer program to get a free 1-year subscription.
Pick the platform you'll be building for
Build a simple app that connects to Office 365 and calls the Microsoft Graph API. After you pick your platform, you'll walk through getting the right tools, registering your app, and running the code.
Thanks for registering your app. We've configured the app ID (also called client ID) and redirect URI in the code sample.
Download our code sample to get going. This sample will introduce you to authentication and send an email from your acccount.
1. These quick starts are not designed to be production-ready code; they are just easy illustrations for how you can do the same scenario across many different programing languages and platforms.
Once you do a quick start, we recommend you fully understand authentication to create production-ready apps.
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