Maui went GA today. What is the anticipated time frame for SDK development? We are trying to hold of switching our clients to another provider so this is very important. We already have multiple Maui apps ready for testing.
This is also critical for our mobile strategy that rely on Maui. Do you have any visibility for this support, is it in your roadmap priorities, or should we switch to an other IDP for these mobile targets ?
Thanks for any informations !
Keep in mind though that the framework is not so stable yet and I expect many improvements (and official Microsoft documentation) in the next few months. So please take it as a preliminary work that hopefully will evolve with MAUI evolution.
Have a good read!
I am not yet completely satisfied with the proposed solution and sat down a bit. I would like to keep everything simple and the same so I tried to link the blog post with a combination of another idea and it works fine.
I’m sharing the link to the other solution here and happy to share the knowledge.
Here you can combine CascadingAuthenticationState with the Auth0 Solution. Im not a 100% pro so please be aware of some security issues! But i think Microsoft will do it better then me - so feel free to try it out.
Thank you for your feedback and for sharing your blog post.
Just to clarify for the readers: my blog post is about a fully native approach, while yours uses a hybrid approach based on BlazorWebView.
Of course, the hybrid approach leverages more mature support for authorization provided by Blazor.
Any chance someone could provide a variation to the Maui native for us Blazor Maui users? Also we really need an example with a working ASP.NET Core API. I was not able to understand our to combine @AllDayCare example with @andrea.chiarelli example.
I can’t believe it is this freaking hard to become an Auth0 customer , no working code, no need to be a customer.