Microsoft Graph

 

Back in January, I wrote an article about how you could retrieve the site URL of an Office 365 Group. Linked article: Get the site URL of an Office 365 Group via the Microsoft Graph The way how I achieved it back then was via calling the drive end-point and parsing the site URL from...

 

We all get a lot of emails every day. Did you know that some of these emails are being tracked by others? There are various kinds of email trackers available, most of them work by inserting hidden images and/or changing the links in the mail by a tracking prefix. This allows them to see when...

 

The Microsoft Graph keeps getting better and better. Since it was released, a lot more endpoints and functionality has been added. In one of my applications I make use of the sendMail endpoint to send notification about progress updates. I wanted to improve the notification mail by embedding images into the mails. The information for...

 

Now that webhooks are supported on the beta endpoint of the Microsoft Graph, I wanted to put it to the test and see how I could leverage it in my application. For one of my hobby projects built with Node JS, I wanted to show notifications when something changed in my calendar. During the development...

 

In my previous blog post I described the process how to create all day events with the Microsoft Graph API. I used this method for synchronizing an external planning system to Office 365. This enabled our users to go to a MVC site and manually start the synchronization process. The next thing on my to-do...

 

Over the last couple of months I developed a calendar application that synchronized events from an external system to a user’s calendar in Office 365. For the event creation process I made use of the Microsoft Graph previous known as the Unified API which was still in beta at that time. During the beta of...