Microsoft Making Azure Active Directory Developer Tools Open Source

This could make building software that uses Active Directory on Windows Azure a little easier: Microsoft is open sourcing its developer libraries for the platform.

The first completed tool released under the plan is a JSON Web Token Handler for .NET, while alpha repositories of integration code for iOS and Android have also been released. Future plans include releasing the source for the existing .Net and Windows RT libraries.

Open sourcing our developer libraries [Active Directory Team Blog]

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