The Microsoft Graph Toolkit is a collection of web components powered by the Microsoft Graph that work with any web framework and on all modern browsers.

In this video, Nikola Metulev comes on to showcase how quickly you can get started.

Time index:

  • [01:54] – What is Microsoft Graph and Graph Toolkit?
  • [03:22] – What backends does the Graph Toolkit work with?
  • [04:09] – Getting started with the Graph Toolkit
  • [10:18] – Adding additional components
  • [16:51] – Building on the web components standards
  • [18:20] – Integrating the Graph Toolkit components with ASP.NET

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Microsoft Graph is a gateway to the data and intelligence in Microsoft 365. It provides a unified programming model that you can use to take advantage of the data in Office 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Windows 10.

In this episode we’re joined by Darrel Miller (@darrel_miller), PM for Microsoft Graph developer tooling. Darrel gives us an overview of what Microsoft Graph is, and also shows us how to get started with the .NET SDK.

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If my previous post about the graph data structure has you eager to get started, then check out this video with Kirill Gavrylyuk. He talks Azure Cosmos DB and Graphs with Scott, exploring why we need graphs, and what we can be done with graphs on Azure Cosmos DB.

Azure Cosmos DB offers native graph gremlin API support in addition MongoDB, SQL, and others. Graphs in Azure Cosmos DB also enjoy the same global distribution, low latency, limitless throughput, and 99.99% SLAs as other APIs.

For more information, check out: Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB: Graph API