One important point to keep in mind is that this new approach does not change our commitment to native libraries. As you know, we already have objective-C and Java versions of ADAL targeting iOS and Android: that is not going to change. ADAL .NET v3 is meant to help .NET developers to extract even more value from their C# skills. The native libraries are meant to help developers targeting specific platforms to make it easy to use Active Directory. And of course, all the libraries mentioned here are (and remain) open source. The preview of ADAL .NET v3 contains very early bits: we wanted you to be able to get a taste of the new approach as early as possible, and as it is always the case with those previews you should expect significant variations in the object model before we will be able to declare GA. As always, we'd love to hear any feedback or suggestions you have.
Alex Simons (Twitter: @Alex_A_Simons )
Director of PM
Microsoft Identity and Security Services Division
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