1. A new set of Azure AD Graph client libraries for .Net, Android and iOS
2. An updated version of the Azure AD Graph REST API (version 1.5)
1. Authorize access to your applications based on group claims or application specific roles claims present in tokens. Through Graph API you can now:
a. Configure the group membership claims issuance policy for an application
b. Define roles specific to your application. These roles can be chosen when assigning the application to users, groups or service principals, either programmatically or through the Azure Management Portal. When the user signs in to the application the user token will contain a roles claim with any of the application roles the user was assigned to - either directly or indirectly through group assignment.
2. Expose your application as a web API secured by Azure AD by defining OAuth2.0 permission scopes. These permission scopes may then be chosen by client applications that call your web API.
3. Directory Extensions is now released for General Availability, with a new additional capability that differential query will now respond with any changes to schema extended properties too.To find out more please see our more extensive blog post on Azure AD Graph api-version=1.5 I hope those of you who are developers will find these enhancement to the Azure AD Graph API and client library useful! And as always, we'd love to receive any feedback or suggestions you have. Best Regards, Alex Simons (Twitter: @Alex_A_Simons ) Director of Program Management Microsoft Identity and Security Services Division
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