Microsoft also offers other versions of this library for Windows Phone, Android and iOS applications – all of them also open source.
You can find all the code of the sample application that we will write on my git hub. You can also see a running demo here.
To use the demo you can login with a guest account:
- Some details about our sample application
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Some details about our sample application
We will add authentication to a very simple application – a list of tasks to do. This application uses SignalR to notify all connected clients when a note was added/removed.
The user will be asked for his user and password when he tries to open a restricted section of the application and all request to the “Authorized” WebAPI controller will return a “401 Unauthorized” error if the user was not identified.
Azure: Create a Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Add an Application to it
We need a Microsoft Azure Active Directory, by default you should have one on your azure account. If you want to create a new one just open Azure > Active Directory and add it. Continue reading