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Normally when you connect to the Team Foundation Service you are presented with a web page to log in with your Microsoft Account (aka LiveID). When you log in you can choose to have it remember you and you won’t have to enter your Microsoft Account credentials again (unless you don’t log in again for a long time, and then you’ll be prompted again).
That’s great for humans, but what about an application or another web service that wants to connect? For that the code will need to use “alternate credentials,” which you must enable on your account. Then we can write some code to connect to the service with those credentials.
Any way currently or plans to add a way register OAuth2 client apps for TFS Online? While alternate credentials are nice, I'm planning a library/app that can use an OAuth2 implicit great workflow.
Yes, we are actively working on OAuth support. I don't have a timeline to share, but it's very important to us.