Preview Release of iOS and Android SDK now available!

Preview Release of iOS and Android SDK now available!

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Howdy folks,

Those of you who follow this blog will remember Brandon Werner from previous posts. Brandon is a PM in the AD team and leads our effort to deliver developer libraries for non-Microsoft platforms. Brandon is back this week with the latest news about our iOS and Android SDK's

Best regards,

Alex Simons (@Alex_A_Simons)

Director of Program Management

Active Directory Team


Hi, everyone! It's me, Brandon Werner, and I'm back again with some cool news.

Last month we discussed our philosophy in Windows Azure that our goal is to enable choice for developers who want to use the tools and platform that best fit their experience, skills and application requirements.
As part of that philosophy, today we are excited to announce our Preview release of the ADAL SDK for iOS and Android. 
The ADAL SDK for iOS and Android give you the ability to add Windows Azure Active Directory authentication to your application with just a few lines of additional code. Using our ADAL SDKs you can quickly and easily extend your existing application to all the employees that use Windows Azure AD and Active Directory on-premises using Active Directory Federation Services, including Office365 customers. This SDK gives your application the full functionality of Windows Azure AD, including industry standard protocol support for OAuth2, Web API integration, and two factor authentication support. Best of all, it's FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) so that you can participate in the development process as we build these libraries.
Get Started Today
For iOS ADAL go here:
For Android ADAL go here:
More features will be coming in the GA release, and we look forward to your feedback during this Preview period. As always, feel free to provide any feedback by messaging @brandwe on GitHub or Twitter.
We look forward to working with you to make Windows Azure and Azure Active Directory the best platform for developers in the world.

And thank you to everyone who provided feedback so far!


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  • Wow that is great news. Nice work...

  • Great work I must say. It seems pretty simple and straight forward. Just one thing I would like to mention, even though you guys have posted the links to the different files and related iOS ADAL and Android ADAL and its amazing. If you guys could do a little video demo or may be a 30 second clip explaining and just demoing what you guys have explained here, I think a lot of people including my friends who are at junior level will find it very helpful and convenient. Thanks!