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Services: active-directory platforms: iOS author: brandwe level: 100 client: iOS Mobile App service: Microsoft Graph
endpoint: AAD V1
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There's a newer version of this sample! Check it out: https://github.com/azure-samples/ms-identity-ios-swift-native
This newer sample takes advantage of the Microsoft identity platform (formerly Azure AD v2.0).
While still in public preview, every component is supported in production environments.
The ADAL Objective C library gives your app the ability to begin using the Microsoft Azure Cloud by supporting Microsoft Azure Active Directory accounts using industry standard OAuth2 and OpenID Connect. This sample demonstrates all the normal lifecycles your application should experience, including:
- Get a token for the Microsoft Graph
- Refresh a token
- Call the Microsoft Graph
- Sign out the user
This app can be used for all Azure AD accounts. It demonstrates how a developer can build apps to connect with enterprise users and access their Azure + O365 data via the Microsoft Graph. During the auth flow, end users will be required to sign in and consent to the permissions of the application, and in some cases may require an admin to consent to the app. The majority of the logic in this sample shows how to auth an end user and make a basic call to the Microsoft Graph.
Steps to Run
Register & Configure your app
You will need to have a native client application registered with Microsoft using the Azure portal.
- Getting to app registration
- Navigate to the App registrations experience.
Create the app
- Click New registration.
- Enter an app name in the Name field.
- In Supported account types, select
Accounts in any origanizational directory and personal Microsoft accounts.
- In Redirect URI (optional), select
Public client (mobile & desktop)and enter
urn:ietf:wg:oauth:2.0:oobas the URI.
- Click New registration.
Configure Microsoft Graph API Access
- Select API Permissions
- Select Add a permission, and then select Microsoft Graph.
Delegated permissionsand select the permissions
profile. We'll also need
User.Read, but this is selected by default for us already.
- Hit Add permissions to save.
Congrats! Your app is successfully configured. In the next section, you'll need:
Get the code
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Azure-Samples/active-directory-ios.git
Download Cocoapods (if you don't already have it)
CocoaPods is the dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects. It has thousands of libraries and can help you scale your projects elegantly. To install on OS X 10.9 and greater simply run the following command in your terminal:
$ sudo gem install cocoapods
- Build the sample and pull down ADAL for iOS automatically
Run the following command in your terminal:
$ pod install
This will download and build ADAL for iOS for you and configure your Microsoft Tasks.xcodeproj to use the correct dependencies.
Step 4: Run the application in Xcode
This will download and build ADAL for iOS for you and configure your QuickStart.xcodeproj to use the correct dependencies.
You should see the following output:
$ pod install Analyzing dependencies Downloading dependencies Installing ADAL (2.5.2) Generating Pods project Integrating client project [!] Please close any current Xcode sessions and use `QuickStart.xcworkspace` for this project from now on. Sending stats Pod installation complete! There is 1 dependency from the Podfile and 1 total pod installed.
- Run the application in Xcode
Launch XCode and load the
QuickStart.xcworkspace file. The application will run in an emulator as soon as it is loaded.
- Configure the
ViewController.swiftfile with your app information
You will need to configure your application to work with the Azure AD tenant you've created.
- In the QuickStart project, open the file
ViewController.swift. Replace the values of the elements in the section to reflect the values you input into the Azure Portal. Your code will reference these values whenever it uses ADAL.
kClientIDis the clientId of your application you copied from the portal.
kRedirectUriis the redirect url you registered in the portal.
- Checkout the ADAL Objective C Wiki for more info on the library mechanics and how to configure new scenarios and capabilities.
- In Native scenarios, the app will use an embedded Webview and will not leave the app. The
Redirect URIcan be arbitrary.
- Find any problems or have requests? Feel free to create an issue or post on Stackoverflow with
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We enthusiastically welcome contributions and feedback. You can clone the repo and start contributing now. Read our Contribution Guide for more information.
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