In this post, we will look at a very helpful feature of Postman that can generate the code in almost every programming language out of your API requests.
The ID token is the core extension that OpenID Connect makes to OAuth 2.0. ID tokens are issued by the authorization server and contain claims that carry information about the user.
In this post, we will run the Power Automate flow using the API from the Postman. First, we will create a simple flow to send an email OTP. We will get the inputs by calling the API.
In this post, we will call three APIs. The first one is to get the list of all the Languages supported by the Translator. The second will be to translate text and the third one will detect language.
In this post, we will create Teams Online Meeting in Outlook using Microsoft Graph API. Before creating a meeting, you should have an access token generated. Refer to my post on How to get Azure Access Token using Postman for Microsoft Graph API.
Microsoft Graph is the gateway to data and intelligence in Microsoft 365. It provides a unified programmability model that you can use to access the tremendous amount of data in Microsoft 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security.
Create Resource groups and get all details of resource groups in Azure using Postman. Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs are service endpoints that support sets of HTTP operations (methods), which provide create, retrieve, update, or delete access to the service's resources.
An access token contains claims that you can use in Azure Active Directory B2C (Azure AD B2C) to identify the granted permissions to your APIs. When calling a resource server, an access token must be present in the HTTP request. An access token is denoted as access_token in the responses from Azure AD B2C.