I recall doing this once before, but let’s build and configure once again the WPF client and its dotnet ADAL library talking to a webAPI. The latter is what we need – when posted to a public endpoint – so the IOS app on a real phone on real wifi can talk to it. The app should demo functionality equivalent to that of the WPF client.
Just follow the instructions given. There are no gotchas, for once – at least for funning things on windows and on IIS Express: See https://github.com/AzureADSamples/NativeClient-DotNet
Posting the service to an azure website seems straightforward:
I cannot make the website version work… with the client complaining about unauthorized access (even after I renew tokens, etc). So I try again, on a different PC … and of course things work.