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DotNetOpenId 1.0 released, 2.0 beta also released
DotNetOpenID 1.0 released! Andrew Arnott The culmination of a great deal of work in refactoring, bug fixing and enhancements can be found in the latest .NET implementation of the OpenId library known as DotNetOpenId v1.0. It is free and released under the New BSD license, so give it a try! Check the Version Changes page for a list of important changes over the 0.1.2 version. Please note that there are a lot of breaking changes between this and 0.1.2, but on a plus side, there are no breaking changes ......

Posted On Thursday, April 3, 2008 10:31 PM

DotNetOpenId 0.1.2 Released
DotNetOpenId 0.1.2 has been released (14th March 2008). Get it now from: http://dotnetopenid.googlec... Really pleased to see that Partial Trust scenarios are now supported. Once again hat off to Andrew Arnott for his excellent work towards this release. Release notes: Session state is no longer required for consumers. ( issue 37 ) Partial trust scenarios now supported. Unsafe C# code rewritten in safe code so shared-hosting ASP.NET web sites can now be OpenID providers/consumers. ( issue 14 ......

Posted On Saturday, March 15, 2008 7:55 PM

DotNetOpenId 0.1.1 has been released
I'm pleased to say that DotNetOpenId 0.1.1 has been released. Included in this release are feature enhancements and a security fix for OpenId providers. DotNetOpenID is a C# port of the JanRain Boo libraries originally produced by Jason Alexander What's new? http://snurl.com/209gd - Download the binary and samples here http://snurl.com/209gi Well done to Andrew 'the machine' Arnott, who is this releases major contributor Technorati Tags: dotnetopenid,openid,identity 2.0 del.icio.us Tags: openid,dotnetopenid,identity ......

Posted On Saturday, February 23, 2008 9:58 PM

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

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