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How simple is a OpenID Connect Basic client? (C#)

John Bradley has just posted a great entry demonstrating how simple life is going to be for a Relying Party when it comes to OpenID Connect. I highly recommend you go and read it.The sample code in John’s post is in PHP so I thought I would quickly provide the same samples in C#. here we go.

Posted On Monday, July 16, 2012 12:48 AM

DotNetOpenAuth: Debugging and Tracing OpenID and OAuth on ASP.NET (or MVC) using Glimpse
Synopsis: Understanding exactly what is happening under the hood when it comes to working with OpenID and OAuth can be challenging even for the seasoned IDM developer. What I have found to help, is being able to see the communications between all the parties involved. Fortunately the DotNetOpenAuth library can be told to expose a plethora of information to the developer via integrated logging. In this post I will talk about a project called Glimpse that exposes a whole host of information to you, ......

Posted On Monday, July 11, 2011 9:03 PM

An afternoon with Glenn Block – Leith, Edinburgh 12th March 2011
Exciting news. I am proud to announce that Glenn Block from Microsoft will be coming all the way from Seattle to Scotland on the 12th March to talk to you!. Glenn is a PM on the WCF team working on Microsoft’s future HTTP and REST stack and has been involved in some pretty exciting and ground-breaking Microsoft development mind-shifts in recent times. Don’t miss the chance to hear him speak and ask him questions. The day will be split into two parts. Favourite subjects from The Block The first couple ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 22, 2011 1:13 PM

FIX: nHibernate/log4net in windows service. FileNotFoundException
When using nHibernate in a windows service you may find that you encounter FileNotFoundExceptions when trying to load assemblies or external configuration files. Typically this is in scenarios where you are running your service under a user context such as NetworkService. If you hunt around long enough you will find that it is trying to locate said files in the %WINDIR%\system32 folder (for example c:\windows\system32), and not from the services own directory. By default window services set the default ......

Posted On Thursday, January 20, 2011 2:51 PM

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