The job code article series nicely lays out how to think about nodeJS scripts in Azure Mobile Services and their interaction with the OAUTH2 protocol. IN one case ,show below, we see that perhaps our own JWT could be used, as already being minted by our Ping-Federate OAUTH AS emulator site (itself hosted as an Azure cloud service supported by the Azure ACS OAUTH2 and management service endpoints).
So the steps to get here would seem to be:-
- Take our working smarteragent IoS Application and build our own equivalent working on an iphone – using the Azure Mobile Services starter project for IOS apps. Of course, this means we need a web site delivering json services to the app, too – a role that can be played by mobile service site.
- Do we really want the app to then to use the PingFederate-AS-emulator site to convert the code into a JWT …
- …which is then used as give in the article above?