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The other day I came across a pretty cool project, Linq2Twitter , that basically implements a linq provider for consuming the Twitter REST Api. This project is not only interesting because it provides an intuitive model for incorporating Twitter calls...
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El proximo miercoles 20 de mayo a las 3 PM (GMT-05:00 Colombia, Panama), voy a estar presentando un MSDN webcast acerca de OpenID, OAuth y Windows Live ID. El evento va a ser transmitido en castellano para la comunidad de latinoamerica, y se va a enfocar...
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OpenID and OAuth are today excellent solutions for "Single Sign On" (SSO) and "Authorization Delegation" respectively. They are, however, based on Http Redirections and therefore, tied to passive clients or commonly called web browsers. An interesting...
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OAuth As I mentioned in the post, "OAuth Channel for REST services" , OAuth allows a client application to obtain user consent (as access tokens) for executing operations over private resources on his behalf. Resources in this context represent anything...
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As I promised in my previous post "OAuth Channel for WCF RESTful services", it is now time to show this new channel in action with a real service. To make this sample more interesting, I decided to base this implementation on an ADO.NET service that provides...
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While OpenID and WS-Federation focus on delegating user identity (or a collection of identity claims), OAuth was designed to address a different and complementary scenario, the delegation of user authorization. In few words, OAuth allows a client application...
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