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Hosted by Nik Charlebois, this month’s call covered topics including the Microsoft Graph Java SDK version 3, project Kiota and an overview of what’s new with the Microsoft Graph Toolkit.


 


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Microsoft Graph Java SDK version 3


Maisa Rissi from the Microsoft Graph SDK team delivers an update on Microsoft Graph Java SDK version 3 – new features including a streamlined authentication with Azure Identity and improved batch support. To learn more about enhanced capabilities with the release of version 3, go to https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blogs/microsoft-graph-java-sdk-v3-adds-enhanced-capabilities-with-general-availability/.


 


Project Kiota


Vincent Biret from the Microsoft Graph team introduced Project Kiota, a new project to project to build an OpenAPI based code generator for creating SDKs for HTTP APIs. To learn more about the project or to get involved, go to https://GitHub.com/Microsoft/Kiota


 


What’s New with the Microsoft Graph Toolkit


Elisa Yang and Amrutha Srinivasan from the Microsoft Graph Toolkit team gave an overview of new features being rolled out and worked on in the Graph toolkit, including a new electron provider. To learn more about the Microsoft Graph Toolkit, go to: https://aka.ms/MGT


 


Microsoft Graph TAP program 


As part of our TAP program for Microsoft Graph, we are looking for additional partners and customers to join. Benefits to participation in the program include: 



  • Monthly TAP calls with workload deep dives 

  • Early access / notification of upcoming features 

  • Case studies and keynote showcases 

  • Share feedback and feature requests 


Complete the submission for our review at https://aka.ms/GraphTAPForm.  


 


 


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