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This post is a summary of steps I have taken in order to run the Windows Phone 7 Sample that Caleb Baker recently published on ACS Codeplex site. The sample demonstrates how to use Azure AppFabric Access Control Service to allow end users sign in to RESTful service with their Windows Live ID, Yahoo!, Facebook, Google, or corporate accounts managed in Active Directory.
This sample answers the following question:
How can I externalize authentication when accessing RESTful services from Windows Phone 7 applications?
There are several prerequisites needed to be installed on the development environment. Here is the list:
Please provide feedback how to improve in the comments section below.
I think authentication is a key scenario, especially oAuth for any phone/cloud/rest scenarios.