Author Archives: Dominick Baier

.NET Foundation Advisory Council

I have been invited to join the .NET Foundation advisory council – looking forward to it! http://www.dotnetfoundation.org/blog/welcoming-the-newly-minted-advisory-net-foundation-advisory-council-members

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IdentityServer3 1.0.0

Today is a big day for us! Brock and I started working on the next generation of IdentityServer over 14 months ago. In fact – I remember exactly how I created the very first file (constants.cs) somewhere in the Swiss … Continue reading

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2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 530,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at … Continue reading

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The Future of AuthorizationServer

Now that IdentityServer v3 is almost done, it makes sense to “deprecate” some of the older projects. Especially all of the functionality of AuthorizationServer is completely replaced by the IdSrv3 feature set. AuthorizationServer is actually a pretty small and compact … Continue reading

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IdentityServer & IdentityManager, Updates and the .NET Foundation

It’s busy times right now but we are still on track with our release plans for IdentityServer (and IdentityManager, which will get more love once IdentityServer is done).¬†In fact we just pushed beta 3-4 to github and nuget, which mostly … Continue reading

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MVP Summit Hackathon: IdentityServer v3 on ASP.NET vNext

Today we had a chance to sit together with the ASP.NET team and try moving¬†IdentityServer to vNext. There are two fundamental approaches for doing that – migrate the code and middleware to the new APIs or host IdentityServer as-is as … Continue reading

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IdentityServer v3 Beta 3

Some of our users already found out and broke the news – so here’s my official post ;) Beta 3 has been released to github and nuget – 107 commits since Beta 2-1…new features include: Anti-forgery token support Permission self-service … Continue reading

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