Using the WPO365 RESTful API for Microsoft Graph
Using the WPO365 RESTful API for Microsoft Graph, you as a developer can develop a Gutenberg Block for WordPress using the wealth of data Microsoft 365 services such as SharePoint Online, OneDrive and Microsoft (Office) Graph make available.
The WPO365 RESTful API for Microsoft Graph is good news for developers.
- As a developer you can now build client-side Microsoft 365 apps for WordPress.
- Even better, you can do so in your favorite programming language.
- And last but not least, you can do so without the hassle and complexity of implementing authentication and authorization because the WPO365 | LOGIN plugin takes care of all of that.
- Full support for client-side Microsoft 365 – e.g. SharePoint Online and Microsoft Graph – development.
- A very simple but robust client API to transparently interact with the Microsoft Graph API from WordPress.
- Easy integration with Microsoft 365 data through Microsoft Graph.
- It runs in the context of the current user and connection in the browser. There are no iframes for customization, authentication and authorization.
- It is framework-agnostic.
- A developer can choose his / her own favorite toolchain. There are no dependencies on any packages whatsoever.
- Performance is reliable.
The easiest way to get started with your own WPO365 RESTful API for Microsoft Graph project is to download the sample project from the Github repository.
The sample project, when built, is a plugin that enqueues a Gutenberg Block for WordPress to display the logged-in user's recently viewed documents (but only when the user logged in with Microsoft / Single Sign-On as provided by the WPO365 | LOGIN plugin).