Posts by Nate Barbettini

New .NET SDK Release with Single Sign-On and Faster Performance

Update 5/12/2016: We’re thrilled to announce our open-source ASP.NET Core authentication library is now available! Learn how to build an ASP.NET Core application with user authentication. Exciting things are happening in .NET Land! The Stormpath .NET SDK is quickly marching towards a full, feature-rich ASP.NET integration. Big thanks to all the folks who have reached …

The Ultimate Guide to Using Visual Studio on a Mac

As a .NET developer, I’ve spent most of my time coding on Windows machines. It’s only logical: Visual Studio is the richest development experience for building C# and VB.NET applications, and it only runs on Windows…right? When I joined Stormpath to work on our open-source .NET authentication library, I was handed a MacBook Pro and …

New .NET SDK Release: Social Login and Authorization

Fresh on the heels of kicking off our .NET development in a big way, I’m happy to announce that the second release of our .NET authentication SDK is ready for prime time. In this release, we’ve added some new features to help with authorization and social login. Plus, there are a few more goodies under …

Introducing the Stormpath .NET SDK

Today, we released version 0.1.0 of our .NET SDK! After almost two months of heavy development work, I’m excited to get this code into the hands of the community. In this article, I’ll cover the basics of how to install and use the SDK from a C# project, as well as talk about some of …

Hello, Stormpath!

My name is Nate, and last week I joined Stormpath as a Developer Evangelist, focusing on C# and the .NET stack. I’ve used Stormpath in some small .NET projects before, but in the absence of a native C# library for use in ASP.NET, .NET and C# users like me have had to connect straight to …