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- by Maisa RissiTake advantage of a fluent API and models that support retry handling, secure redirects, batching requests, large file management and more with the Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5, now generally available. The post Microsoft Graph .NET SDK […]
- by Waldek MastykarzLast week we launched “Hack Together: Microsoft Graph and .NET” – a virtual hackathon all about building apps with Microsoft Graph and .NET. Here’s what happened last week and what’s still to come. The post Hack Together: […]
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