Monthly Archives: May 2017

Implicit Grant flow and group membership within ID_TOKEN

Hi, I recently realized thanks to a colleague @MMeuree, that the ID_TOKEN that’s supposed to contain the group membership as shown below: does not list more than 4 groups (here I grabbed the token using another flow). So, if the user … Continue reading

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Creative way of exposing on-premises APIs through Azure API Management

Hi, In this blog post, I’ going to explain what I consider a creative way of exposing on-premises APIs. Let’s envision the following scenario: You have an on-premises API that is secured using Windows Authentication and for which you need … Continue reading

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Still hesitating which sessions to attend at #techorama? You might want to go to API Management in Azure

Hi, This year, at Techorama, I’m going to speak about API Management in Azure. Although this topic is not new, I realized it’s pretty unknown by peers I talk to. Here are the agendas of my sessions, as I cover … Continue reading

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Think twice before enabling Bing Spell Check at LUIS level

Hi, Enabling Bing Spell Check, one of the Azure Cognitive Services at LUIS level is a piece of cake, indeed, this involves the following steps: Getting a key Registering the key in LUIS Associating that key to your LUIS application … Continue reading

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