Supercharge Your Power Apps with Direct Graph API Integration. This Power Apps tutorial video will showcase how to directly call the Microsoft Graph API from PowerApps using a standard connector Office365Groups and the "Send an HTTP request" action. With the new Parse JSON and Untyped Objects feature, Power Apps can read the response body from the Graph API action which opens up a world of possibilities. We can supercharge our Power Apps by calling Microsoft Graph endpoints directly from Power Apps. All of the above using standard connector actions in Power Apps. No need for Power Automate or Custom Connectors as Power Apps can directly get the Response JSON Object in the form of an Untyped Object. The Office 365 Groups connector HTTP request action supports following graph endpoints - me, users, groups, sites, search, planner, teams, chat.
Integrating Microsoft Graph API directly into Power Apps opens up a world of possibilities for app development and enhances the functionality of your Power Apps. By leveraging the Graph API, you can access a wealth of data and services from Microsoft 365, such as user profiles, groups, and calendars, without the need for Power Automate or Custom Connectors. This not only simplifies the app-building process but also significantly reduces the number of actions and steps required to achieve the desired result. Take advantage of this powerful integration and create more efficient, feature-rich Power Apps tailored to your needs.
The main topic of this text is how to use Direct Graph API Integration to supercharge Power Apps. To do this, the tutorial video showcases how to call the Microsoft Graph API from Power Apps using standard connectors and the "Send an HTTP request" action. With the Parse JSON and Untyped Objects feature, Power Apps are able to read the response body from the Graph API action. This opens up a world of possibilities as Power Apps can call Microsoft Graph endpoints directly without the need of Power Automate or Custom Connectors. The Office 365 Groups connector HTTP request action supports the following Graph endpoints - me, users, groups, sites, search, planner, teams, chat. The video includes instructions on how to call Microsoft Graph API directly from Power Apps to get the response body as an Untyped Object and traverse through the JSON Response. It also shows how to get the user's profile using the Graph API.
Microsoft Graph API, Power Apps, Office 365 Groups, Power Automate, Custom Connectors