OAuth2 0.8.26

Allows you to perform user authentication via Facebook, Foursquare, GitHub, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, MailRu, Odnoklassniki, Twitter, VK (Vkontakte), Windows Live, Yandex just in two method calls.

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Install-Package OAuth2 -Version 0.8.26
dotnet add package OAuth2 --version 0.8.26
<PackageReference Include="OAuth2" Version="0.8.26" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add OAuth2 --version 0.8.26
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Release Notes

Updated Foursquare client.

NuGet packages (2)

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Package Downloads
BotAuth.GenericOAuth2
This package is a generic OAuth2 authentication provider for using with the BotAuth package in a Bot Framework/BotBuilder Project.
DashAPI
A client library for the Dash API's

GitHub repositories (1)

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Repository Stars
exceptionless/Exceptionless
Exceptionless server and jobs

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
0.10.1 517 10/12/2020
0.10.0 1,223 9/2/2020
0.9.13-pre 9,085 11/8/2018
0.9.12-pre 12,983 1/9/2018
0.9.11-pre 1,738 11/10/2017
0.9.10-pre 1,317 11/7/2017
0.9.8-pre 1,235 10/6/2017
0.8.40 71,621 9/3/2016
0.8.38 1,255 8/31/2016
0.8.37 7,224 6/10/2016
0.8.36 7,814 10/22/2015
0.8.35 1,925 9/27/2015
0.8.34 17,243 7/31/2014
0.8.33 1,240 7/28/2014
0.8.32 1,538 6/30/2014
0.8.31 1,291 6/23/2014
0.8.30 4,799 12/4/2013
0.8.29 3,203 9/24/2013
0.8.28 1,378 9/12/2013
0.8.27 1,264 9/11/2013
0.8.26 1,473 8/20/2013
0.8.25 1,411 7/30/2013
0.8.21 1,278 7/26/2013
0.8.20 1,275 7/25/2013
0.8.19 1,309 7/25/2013
0.8.18 1,281 7/25/2013
0.8.3 1,274 7/25/2013
0.8.2 1,548 6/8/2013
0.8.1 3,641 2/13/2013
0.8.0 1,628 12/18/2012
0.2.0-alpha 1,330 9/13/2012
0.1.2 1,672 7/31/2012
0.1.1 1,275 7/29/2012
0.1.0 1,336 7/29/2012
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