In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to leverage the capabilities offered by
Microsoft Graph API to perform operations with SharePoint pages such:
These operations can be combined to create effective solutions that can create
content in many sites, delete and archive pages based on rules, and many more.
🔗Microsoft Graph Documentation
The Microsoft Graph API can be used to create or migrate SharePoint pages, which are collections of webpages, documents, and other content that are stored in a central repository. The API provides an easy way for developers to access and manage the data stored in these pages. With the new public preview and improvements, developers now have more control over how their content is managed within SharePoint. This includes creating custom page layouts with different columns and sections as well as using templates or existing page designs from other sources such as Office 365 sites. Additionally, the public preview also offers improved performance when working with large datasets due to better caching mechanisms and enhanced search capabilities. Finally, developers will benefit from improved security via Azure Active Directory authentication support when accessing SharePoint data through the Graph API.