This blog post by "Low Code Lewis" is the 25th entry in a series discussing the use of Microsoft Graph and the concept of 'ecosystem context' in low-code development. The author provides a summary of what has been discussed so far:
- An introduction to Microsoft Graph: Microsoft Graph is a single endpoint gateway to data and intelligence in the Microsoft Cloud. It serves as an API that allows developers to access a broad spectrum of contextual data in Microsoft Cloud environments for use in their solutions.
- The concept of Ecosystem Context: The author has been discussing the use of ecosystem context, or contextual data, in building digital solutions. This data is created subconsciously, like calendar events and messages, and can be used to enhance user experience and save business time by delivering insights and tailoring information based on the context.
- Authentication and Authorization: The series delves into these two fundamental concepts related to working with Microsoft Graph or any Azure AD secured API that utilizes the Microsoft identity platform. The author explains the differences between authentication and authorization and the types of permissions that can be utilized with Microsoft Graph.
- Performance when executing requests: The author published articles discussing strategies for improving performance when working with Microsoft Graph, like batching requests.
- Industry-specific Solutions: The blog series is moving on to practical applications, starting with a 5-post mini-series on building a healthcare solution using ecosystem context and Microsoft Graph to expedite support calls from clinicians in hospitals and other healthcare settings.
Lastly, the author invites readers to suggest potential solutions using Microsoft Graph and ecosystem context for him to build and explain in the series.
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Microsoft Graph is an open source framework for developers to access data, services, and APIs across Microsoft and other services. It allows developers to build powerful applications leveraging data and services from Microsoft and other services. In this series of posts, we have explored how to use Microsoft Graph to access data and services, build powerful applications, and integrate with other services. We have also looked at how to use the Microsoft Graph SDKs to create applications for Windows, iOS, and Android.
We have also seen how to work with Microsoft Graph to create and manage users, groups, and organizations; how to access and use Microsoft Graph APIs; how to secure access to data and services; and how to use the Microsoft Graph Security API to protect against threats. We have also looked at how to build custom connectors to integrate with services, and how to use the Microsoft Graph Toolkit to create components for applications.
We have discussed the importance of understanding the Microsoft Graph environment and the challenges associated with managing an ecosystem of applications. We have explored the various components of the Microsoft Graph Ecosystem, such as the Graph Explorer, the Graph SDKs, the Graph Toolkit, and the Graph Security API. We have also looked at the different types of applications that can be developed with Microsoft Graph, such as bots, web apps, and mobile apps. Finally, we have seen how to use Microsoft Graph to create an end-to-end solution for an organization.
In this series, we have explored the Microsoft Graph and Ecosystem Context and the various components that make up the Microsoft Graph ecosystem. We have seen how to use Microsoft Graph to access data and services, build powerful applications, and integrate with other services. We have also discussed the importance of understanding the Microsoft Graph environment and the challenges associated with managing an ecosystem of applications. Finally, we have looked at how to use Microsoft Graph to create an end-to-end solution for an organization.
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- Lewis Baybutt on LinkedIn: Taking a look at Graph Explorer
- A growing series on Microsoft Graph and Ecosystem Context. https://lowcodelewis.com ... Starting to build with context by utilising Microsoft Graph.
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