Services: active-directory platforms: Android
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The MSAL Android preview gives your app the ability to begin using the Microsoft Cloud by supporting Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Accounts in a converged experience 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
PublicClientApplication pApp = new PublicClientApplication( this.getApplicationContext(), CLIENT_ID); 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 Microsoft Identity App Registration Portal. Make sure to uncheck the Guided Setup box and save your app.
Steps to Run
- Clone the code.
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/active-directory-android-native-v2
Open Android Studio 2, and select open an existing Android Studio project. Find the cloned project and open it.
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.
- There's a more complete app that stores global state and has cleaner UI in the full-sample branch. Check it out!
- Redirect URI format:
msal<YOUR_CLIENT_ID>://authis strictly enforced by MSAL at the current time.
Community Help and Support
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If you find and bug or have a feature request, please raise the issue on GitHub Issues.
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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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