Azure Code Samples
Learn to interact with Azure services through code
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Calling a ASP.NET Core Web API from a WPF application using Azure AD v2.0
An ASP.NET Core 2.x Web App which lets sign-in users (including in your org, many orgs, orgs + personal accounts, sovereign clouds) and call Web APIs (including Microsoft Graph)
This is a simple Xamarin Forms app showcasing how to use MSAL to authenticate users via Azure Active Directory B2C, and access a Web API with the resulting tokens.
Sample Azure Functions for use with Azure Media Services. Ingest from Azure Blobs, encode and output to Azure Blobs, monitor encoding progress, and use WebHooks or Queues to hook into the workflow.
An ASP.NET Core web application that signs-in Azure AD users from a single Azure AD tenant.
An example illustrating how to use Python to manipulate Azure resources and resource groups
A sample showcasing how to develop a web application that handles sign on via the unified Azure AD and MSA endpoint, so that users can sign in using both their work/school account or Microsoft account. The sample also shows how to use MSAL to obtain a token for invoking the Microsoft Graph, as well as incrementental consent.
Templates for Service Fabric Standalone cluster configurations.
Sample showing how a Windows Universal Platform (UWP) application can sign in a user using Azure AD B2C, get an access token using MSAL.NET and call an API. http://aka.ms/aadb2c
The project in this repo contains samples that show how to use Azure Media Services v3 API and .NET SDK in .NET Core.
A .NET 4.5 multi-tenant web API that is secured using Azure AD and OAuth 2.0 access tokens, and accepts calls from Azure AD users in any tenant via a Windows Store client.
Demonstrate the migration of .NET applications fro AAD v1.0 (ADAL.NET) to AAD v2.0 (MSAL.NET)
Sample showing how a Windows Desktop .NET (WPF) application can sign in a user using Azure AD B2C, get an access token using MSAL.NET and call an API.
The postman collection in this repository contains REST calls to Azure Media Services v3 APIs.
This sample showcases how to create Azure Functions through the Azure portal and Visual Studio 2017, and how to call the function from a Xamarin.Forms client app.
The sample shows how to use Azure Media Services to dynamically encrypt your content with AES 128-bit clear encryption keys