The Microsoft Graph allows Microsoft cloud service to expose multiple APIs through one REST API endpoint. The API uses a single authentication system across consumer, education and commercial customers and provides unified metadata, payload format, error handling, and SDKs to expose productivity entities and their relationships. All APIs use JSON with the OAuth 2.0 protocol for authorization.
Successful enterprises rely on the latest technology to drive business operations, intelligence, and efficiency. APIs are the driving force of business application development. In this article, we highlight twelve top business APIs, chosen by popularity from the visitors of ProgrammableWeb.
Education technology is changing the way instructors teach and students learn, and driving this EdTech are Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. The best place for developers to find APIs for education apps is in the ProgrammableWeb Education category. Here we highlights some favorites.
Microsoft has moved Intune APIs in Microsoft Graph out of Preview and made them generally available. Intune APIs make it possible for Microsoft customers and partners to automate workloads, increase device management efficiency, and programmatically access EMS and Office 365 data (Microsoft Graph).
To provide more options in searching for relevant contacts, Microsoft has decided to transition WorkingWith API users to its new People API. The People API not only provides more robust metadata than the WorkingWith API, the People API includes greater browse/search functionality and ranking system.