Monday, August 06, 2012

There's a WIF on Nuget

Vibro.NET - The Windows Identity Foundation 1.0 Runtime is now available as NuGet Package

You asked for it, loud and clear, and we worked hard to make it happen:

today it is my honor & privilege to announce that from now on you can get the WIF 1.0 runtime from its official NuGet package.

There you go, short and sweet. I wanted to write this blog post for a looong time Smile happy WIF1.0-chaining!

Windows Identity Foundation

Windows Identity Foundation enables .NET developers to externalize identity logic from their application, improving developer productivity, enhancing application security, and enabling interoperable federation. Enjoy greater productivity, applying the same tools and programming model to build on-premises software as well as cloud services. Create more secure applications by reducing custom implementations and using a single simplified identity model based on claims. Enjoy greater flexibility in application deployment through interoperability based on industry standard protocols, allowing applications and identity infrastructure services to communicate via claims.


Want to learn more about WIF? Windows Identity Foundation Simplifies User Access for Developers

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