Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms 1.7.0-beta1

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Install-Package Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms -Version 1.7.0-beta1
dotnet add package Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms --version 1.7.0-beta1
<PackageReference Include="Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms" Version="1.7.0-beta1" />
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paket add Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms --version 1.7.0-beta1
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#r "nuget: Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms, 1.7.0-beta1"
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// Install Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms&version=1.7.0-beta1&prerelease

// Install Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Nemiro.OAuth.LoginForms&version=1.7.0-beta1&prerelease
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Ready-to-use authorization forms for popular sites using OAuth: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Yandex and many others. Total 20 sites (poviders). And also the library allows to create custom forms.

Windows Forms (.NET Framework) only.

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Version Downloads Last updated
1.7.0 18,730 8/24/2017
1.7.0-beta1 686 7/8/2017
1.6.0 12,676 1/15/2017
1.5.0 1,237 9/12/2016
1.4.2483 1,292 8/8/2016
1.4.2423 1,042 7/11/2016
1.4.0 1,573 12/7/2015
1.3.0 1,434 6/25/2015
1.2.0 1,056 6/21/2015
1.1.0 1,858 2/11/2015
1.0.0 993 1/4/2015

July 8, 2017

In this release, the authentication logic has changed.
Now the access token requests are executed instead of the authorization code.

For most forms, the returnUrl parameter in the constructor is now required.

You may need to obtain new keys to perform authentication.
For example, for Google, you need to create a key for web applications, instead of standalone.

The old behavior can be returned by specifying a responseType in the designer with the value ResponseType.Code:
var login = new GoogleLogin
 returnUrl: null,
 scope: "",
 loadUserInfo: true,
 responseType: ResponseType.Code