This library, ADAL for Python, will no longer receive new feature improvements. Instead, use the new library MSAL for Python.
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The ADAL for Python library enables python applications to authenticate with Azure AD and get tokens to access Azure AD protected web resources.
You can learn in detail about ADAL Python functionality and usage documented in the Wiki.
You can find the steps to install and basic usage of the library under ADAL Basics page in the Wiki.
We provide a full suite of Python sample applications on GitHub to help you get started with learning the Azure Identity system. This will include tutorials for native clients and web applications. We also provide full walkthroughs for authentication flows such as OAuth2, OpenID Connect and for calling APIs such as the Graph API.
There are also some lightweight samples existing inside this repo.
You can find the relevant samples by scenarios listed in this wiki page for acquiring tokens using ADAL Python.
This library follows Semantic Versioning.
You can find the changes for each version under Releases.
We leverage Stack Overflow to work with the community on supporting Azure Active Directory and its SDKs, including this one! We highly recommend you ask your questions on Stack Overflow (we're all on there!) Also browser existing issues to see if someone has had your question before.
We recommend you use the "adal" tag so we can see it! Here is the latest Q&A on Stack Overflow for ADAL: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/adal
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All code is licensed under the MIT license and we triage actively on GitHub. We enthusiastically welcome contributions and feedback. Please read the contributing guide before starting.