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Using OAuth2 with SOAP
I started at Microsoft when SOAP was all the rage, before there was such a thing as WCF. So it is with some nostalgia that I tried to combine one of latest technologies: Universal App Platform (UAP) with SOAP using OAuth2 protocol for authentication. One possible application of this approach would be...
19 Nov 2015
Using Owin to authenticate with Microsoft Account (Live Id)
I have recently battled my way through creating an Owin-based web UI application using Microsoft Account (MSA, formerly Live Id) as my authentication provider. Here are a summary of my experience and the resulting code. 1. This blog has most of what you need, including how to set up your application...
18 Jul 2014
ASP.NET WebForms OAuth2 multi-tenant resource and WPF client
Most published WebAPI samples (e.g. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn646737.aspx ) are based on the MVC and OWin infrastructure, which is not available in WebForms applications. Following is a custom implementation of an OAuth2 access token handler presented by a WPF rich client application...
8 Jun 2014
OAuth2 with ADFS and WAAD using C#
Overview The following summarizes the process of creating an end-to-end OAuth2 sample using ADFS 2.1 (or Windows Azure Active Directory). Web site setup Use the VS.NET 2012 ASP.NET MVC 4 WebAPI project template to setup your server project. Token handling To process the incoming JWT token...
4 Oct 2013
Some experience migrating Silverlight graphical apps to Windows 8 Store
Recently, I had the opportunity to migrate a Silverlight application to Windows 8 Store. The application is highly graphical, showing a variety of images or symbols representing real-world objects and allowing the user to interact with these objects and view their state (Human Machine Interface). Therefore...
7 Apr 2013
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