First published on CloudBlogs on May 10, 2017 by Microsoft Azure Active Directory Team
Hi everyone, Happy Build week! Every team in the Identity Division is focusing more than ever on making developers successful on our identity platform, so we’re really excited to share today’s news: Azure Active Directory B2C enhancements and the new Microsoft Authentication Libraries (MSAL), both available in preview.
Since its general availability in July 2016 , Azure AD B2C has helped organizations around the world connect with millions of customers through its scalability, reliability, and flexibility. Driven by your feedback, we’ve added several new capabilities over the last 10 months: Support for App Service , Access tokens , Single-page app (SPA) support, Usage reporting APIs, Friction-free consumer sign-up . Last month we made the service globally available and also offered organizations the option to choose datacenter location in either Europe or the US only, to help with data protection regulations. Today we are providing even more flexibility by adding support for 37 languages and enabling two different configuration options:
This new custom configuration option, which is currently in public preview, lets developers:
We hope you find these new features as critical to your business as the team from the State of Indiana did: “Having the ability to do everything as efficiently as possible helps make Indiana a great state to live in and do business [in]. We’re one of the more business-friendly states in the Midwest, and INBiz with Azure AD B2C ensures that we can strengthen that position.” Jim Obermaier, Program Manager for INBiz, Indiana Secretary of State Visit the Azure AD B2C website for more details.
If you’re attending Microsoft Build 2017 this week in Seattle, do join us at the Azure Active Directory booth in the expo area, or come to our sessions where we’ll be sharing more detail on these exciting new capabilities:
Stay on top of news and announcements by following us on Twitter , and visit our new Azure AD for developers’ website . We hope you try out these new features and, as always, look forward for your feedback and suggestions ! John Justice Director of Program Management Microsoft Identity Developer Platform
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