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Integrate Azure AD B2C into an Android App Using MSAL
The MSAL Android preview gives your app the ability to begin using the Microsoft Cloud by supporting Azure B2C using industry standard OAuth2 and OpenID Connect. This sample demonstrates all the normal life cycles your application should experience, including:
- Sign in a user with Local Accounts or Social Identity Providers
- Get an Access Token for a Web Service
- Call the Web Service
- Edit the User's Profile
- Sign out the user
PublicClientApplication pApp = new PublicClientApplication( this.getApplicationContext(), Constants.CLIENT_ID, String.format(Constants.AUTHORITY, Constants.TENANT, Constants.SISU_POLICY)); pApp.acquireToken(getActivity(), scopes, getAuthInteractiveCallback()); // ... authenticationResult.getAccessToken();
Optional: Register you App
The app comes pre-configured for testing. If you would like to register your own app, please follow the steps below.
You will need to have a native client application registered with Microsoft using the Azure Portal. Once done, update your app configs in Constants.Java.
Checkout the sample Web Service code to run it on your own!
Steps to Run
- Clone the code.
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/active-directory-b2c-android-native-msal.git
Open Android Studio 2, and select open an existing Android Studio project. Find the cloned project and open android-client.
Select Build > Clean Project.
Select Run > Run 'app'. Make sure the emulator you're using has Chrome, if it doesn't follow these steps. In Android Studio, we recommend using the Pixel image with Android 24.
- Redirect URI format:
msal<YOUR_CLIENT_ID>://authis strictly enforced by MSAL at the current time.
- For other docs on Azure AD B2C, checkout the B2C dev guide
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