Microsoft Graph API is a RESTful web API that allows developers to access data and functionality of Microsoft 365 services like OneDrive, Outlook, SharePoint, and more. With Microsoft Graph, developers can build applications that integrate and interact with Microsoft 365 services and data, providing users with a seamless experience across devices and platforms. It provides a unified endpoint for accessing and manipulating data from various Microsoft services, making it easier for developers to build apps that can communicate with multiple Microsoft services using a single API.
Microsoft Graph Developer Proxy (MGDP) is a tool that allows developers to create and debug API requests, test API responses, and inspect API behavior in a secure, sandboxed environment. It's an essential tool for developers who are building applications that integrate with the Microsoft Graph API. MGDP provides an easy way to develop and test API requests and responses in a realistic and secure environment. It also provides a way for developers to easily debug their API requests and responses to ensure that their applications are working as expected. MGDP can also be used to monitor API performance and detect any issues that could affect the performance of the application.
In this 19-minute developer-focused demo, Adam Wójcik delivers a review affirming capabilities of Proxy to test the untestable and to improve the quality of your desktop apps by simulating responses to any API (Graph, not Graph). Run through UI automated and manual test scenarios in this demo. Review available parameters including ability to mock. Test results presented along with tips to fix. Test client applications without additional web APIs. Feedback always welcome. Conversation.
This PnP Community demo is taken from the Microsoft 365 & Power Platform Development Community call recorded on March 2, 2023.
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