Microsoft offers developers a preview of its Graph API proxy


Share post:

Microsoft has unveiled Microsoft Graph Developer Proxy, a command-line tool designed to make it easier to test Microsoft Graph-using applications.

Developers can simulate Graph API errors and mock Graph API responses on their local machines using the Graph Developer Proxy, which is currently in a developer preview. Early in the development cycle, problems can be found and fixed in the code. The current preview concentrates on contextual guidance to enhance application performance as well as error simulation for Microsoft Graph and other APIs.

Also read: Top Strategies for Organizations to Upskill Their Software Development Teams

By simulating Microsoft Graph API errors and mocking Microsoft Graph API responses, Graph Developer Proxy enables developers to test their Microsoft Graph applications locally.

TalkDev Bureau
TalkDev Bureau
The TalkDev Bureau has five well-trained writers and journalists, well versed in B2B enterprise technology industry, and constantly in touch with industry leaders for the latest trends, opinions, and other inputs- to bring you the best and latest in the domain.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Related articles

Understanding and Implementing AI and ML Algorithms for Developers

Large language models have dominated the news cycle, but numerous types of machine learning and deep learning with...

HitPaw Unveils Photo Enhancer v2.3.0 with Advanced Features

HitPaw, a digital solutions provider, declares the release of HitPaw Photo Enhancer with advanced features that elevates the...

Asana Declares Human-Centric AI Features for Collaborative Work Management

Asana announced its most recent product capabilities centered on Gen-AI. Adding AI capabilities core to Asana's work management...

Appy Pie Launches Free ChatGPT Plugin for Seamless App Creation

Appy Pie, a leading no-code app development platform, has announced the launch of its GPT-4 powered ChatGPT plugin...