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  • Blog Post: Azure Active Directory Graph Client Library 1.0 - API Reference

    Graph client library APIs can be categorized into Create, Query, Update, Delete and Other (custom actions) APIs. Create To create new object, set the required properties and use the “T Add<T>(GraphObject)” method. This method will return the object that is returned by the server...
  • Blog Post: Azure Active Directory Graph Client Library 1.0

    We are happy to announce the general availability of Azure Active Directory (AAD) Graph Client Library 1.0. The goal of this library is to simplify .NET developer experience to write an application that leverages Azure AD through Graph API. The library supports all the capabilities exposed by the Graph...
  • Blog Post: Extend Azure Active Directory Schema using Graph API (preview)

    Directory schema extensions enable application developers to extend the directory and develop richer applications without worrying about the limitations imposed by an external store. This preview provides REST interfaces for an application to register, unregister, enumerate, read, write, and filter by...
  • Blog Post: Enhancing Graph API queries with additional Odata supported queries

    I’m excited to share information about additional Odata support and improved paging capability, which will enable more flexible and efficient Graph API queries. We’ve enabled the following in the Graph API: 1. Support for sorting users using $orderby. The default sort order for listing...
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