This service allows developers using Microsoft Office 365 APIs to browse the API endpoint directory with a simple query tool. Developers can make HTTP requests to the Discovery Service APIs in order to return information on API endpoints for further use in development. In order to access the Office 365 APIs, developers must first register their apps with Microsoft. All APIs use JSON with the Auth0 protocol for authentication, and Azure AD for authorization.
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17-04-17 23:13:57[SDK] Office 365 Discovery Objective-C SDK by Microsoft updated with Related API Office 365 Discovery Service
19-11-14 16:57:57[Sample Source Code] Manually add common consent to your Office 365 APIs Preview app updated with Related API Office 365 Discovery Service
29-10-14 12:52:37[News] Newly Available Microsoft Office 365 APIs and SDKS Provide Tremendous Mobile Opportunities for Developers updated with Related API Office 365 Discovery Service
28-10-14 13:59:00[SDK] Office 365 SDK for iOS updated with Related API Office 365 Discovery Service
28-10-14 13:58:56[SDK] Office 365 SDK for Android updated with Related API Office 365 Discovery Service