If you have existing authentication code in your application, you can create a custom provider to enable authentication and access to Microsoft Graph for the toolkit's Graph based controls and helpers. To bring your own authentication provider logic, start by extending
IProvider is the base interface for creating authentication providers that work with the various controls and helpers in the toolkit. Handle authenticaiton with one of our premade
IProvider implementations or create your own.
Available in the
Windows Community Toolkit - Graph Controls and Helpers packages are in preview. To get started using WCT preview packages visit the WCT Preview Packages wiki page.
using CommunityToolkit.Authentication; // Create an instance of your custom IProvider implementation. IProvider customProvider = new CustomProvider(); // Set the global provider using the custom instance. ProviderManager.Instance.GlobalProvider = customProvider;
|State||ProviderState||Gets the current authentication state of the provider.|
|StateChanged||EventHandler<ProviderStateChangedEventArgs>||An event that is called whenever the login state changes.|
|AuthenticateRequestAsync||HttpRequestMessage||Task||Authenticate an outgoing request.|
|GetTokenAsync||bool silentOnly = false, string scopes = null||Task<string>||Retrieve a token for the authenticated user.|
|SignInAsync||Task||Sign in a user.|
|SignOutAsync||Task||Sign out the current user.|
|TrySilentSignInAsync||Task<bool>||Try signing in silently, without prompts.|
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