Sitecore Identity – 3 – Adding mobile native clients

In the last two parts of the Sitecore Identity series, I described the basics and an understanding of the architecture and how IdentityServer4 is embedded and used in Sitecore 9.1+, the second part was a demo for adding a web client that authenticates itself against the Sitecore Identity (meaning that a custom web application uses Sitecore as the login method think like Login using Facebook or any other Identity Provider).

The third post of the series is a bit new, as there aren’t any samples (that I could find). I will show how to add a native mobile app client (iOS for this post but Android works the exact same).
This will enable you first to authenticate against the Sitecore Identity, then secondly (later posts coming) consume protected APIs (whether Sitecore native or custom ones).

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Sitecore Identity – 2 – Adding web clients

In the first part of the series I tried to explain and give a very small introduction to what is Sitecore Identity and the basic implementation that comes out of the box with Sitecore 9.1 +

In this part I will show some coding and how to build an external web application that uses the Sitecore Identity server to authenticate users, and to connect to the Sitecore instance APIs.


Sitecore Identity – 1 – Understanding the basics


One of the major updates that came in Sitecore 9.1 is Sitecore Identity, this blog post will introduce a basic understanding for how it works.

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Microsoft Certified: Azure AI Engineer Associate

Since the beginning of this year, I have been shifting the focus towards AI and ML, and their applications in business and real world. One step towards achieving the technical capability check was this certification. Happy to announce that I completed the Microsoft Certified: Azure AI Engineer Associate certification. Looking forward for the next ones.