(The online references at pkg.go.dev above are not shown due to huge size of packages - #23)
Microsoft Graph client library for Go. Still in PoC or pre-alpha stage. Don't use in production.
The library code is auto-generated from the REST API specification available at https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/$metadata.
The code generator is written in pure Go, in contrast to the official code generator heavily relying on C# and non-portable .NET Framework.
Until v1.0.0, all types of changes might be included in every release: bug fixes, new features, even incompatible API updates.
You can choose API version when importing
import msgraph "github.com/yaegashi/msgraph.go/v1.0"
import msgraph "github.com/yaegashi/msgraph.go/beta"
You could benefit from better IDE assisted coding experience because Graph API specs are completely translated to Go codes by msgraph.go.
Code examples in the repository:
- cmd/msgraph-me: Show the profile of signed in user (me) and download files in the root folder of their drive
- cmd/msgraph-usergroup: Graph user/group manipulation example
- cmd/msgraph-sshpubkey: Manage SSH public keys in the open extension of graph user resources
- cmd/msgraph-spoget: Download a file with SharePoint Online URL
go generate ./gen to download the metadata and generate library code from it.
$ go generate ./gen 2020/08/02 19:46:20 Downloading https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/$metadata to metadata/v1.0.xml 2020/08/02 19:46:20 metadata/v1.0.xml already exists, skipping 2020/08/02 19:46:21 Downloading https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/$metadata to metadata/beta.xml 2020/08/02 19:46:21 metadata/beta.xml already exists, skipping 2020/08/02 19:46:21 Creating directory ../v1.0 2020/08/02 19:46:21 Removing ../v1.0/ModelAverage.go 2020/08/02 19:46:21 Removing ../v1.0/RequestSchema.go 2020/08/02 19:46:21 Removing ../v1.0/RequestAndroid.go.go ... 2020/08/02 19:47:06 Creating ../v1.0/extensions.go 2020/08/02 19:47:06 Creating ../v1.0/msgraph.go 2020/08/02 19:47:06 Creating ../v1.0/const.go 2020/08/02 19:47:06 Creating ../v1.0/EnumAction.gonEnum.go ... 2020/08/02 19:47:07 Formatting ../v1.0/ModelMedia.go 2020/08/02 19:47:07 Formatting ../v1.0/RequestWorkbookFunctionsN.go 2020/08/02 19:47:07 Formatting ../v1.0/EnumReject.go
(Currently code generation from the latest metadata is broken - #22)
- Save indented metadata.xml
- Support Action elements in metadata
- Support Function elements in metadata
- Support batch requests
- Access to additional properties like
- Split output into multiple files
- Generate camel cases in golang manner (
- Provide easy way to generate pointers to literals
- Provide easy way to generate pointers to constants
- Provide easy way to add queries like
- Every request method should take a ctx as the first arg for better control
- Online API docs (the output is too big for pkg.go.dev to handle - #23)
- Unit tests
- Persist OAuth2 tokens in file
- Persist OAuth2 tokens in object storage like Azure Blob
- OAuth2 device auth grant
- OAuth2 client credentials grant
- Use string for EnumType (pointed out in #6)
- Reduce number of generated files (#11)
- Provide easy way to add HTTP headers like
Prefer: outlook.timezone="Tokyo Standard Time"
- Support max number of pages to retrieve from a collection
- Support Windows time zone names in DateTimeTimeZone (utilize wtz.go)
- Microsoft Graph
- Microsoft Graph REST API reference
- Microsoft Graph SDKs - Requirements and Design
- Microsoft Graph SDK Code Generator
- GitHub repository search for msgraph in Go
- Microsoft Graph API Library for Go (presentation in Japanese)
- msgraph.go demo - SharePoint Online + Microsoft Flow + GitLab CI (screencast in YouTube)
Package json implements encoding and decoding of JSON as defined in RFC 7159.
|Package json implements encoding and decoding of JSON as defined in RFC 7159.|
Package msauth implements a library to authorize against Microsoft identity platform: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/ It utilizes v2.0 endpoint so it can authorize users with both personal (Microsoft) and organizational (Azure AD) account.
|Package msauth implements a library to authorize against Microsoft identity platform: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/ It utilizes v2.0 endpoint so it can authorize users with both personal (Microsoft) and organizational (Azure AD) account.|