Box Announces SDK To Integrate Box Into Windows 8 And Windows Phone Apps

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Box Windows Apps

Box today announced a new Windows C# SDK, which makes it incredibly easy for developers to integrate Box into their Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps. Additionally they have also built an integration with Windows Azure Active Directory (AD), which enables customers to utilize Box through the Windows Azure single sign-on and identity management system.

Windows Azure AD Integration

Box is now integrated with Windows Azure Active Directory, allowing customers to access Box along with other applications using Windows Azure’s single identity and authentication process. Any enterprise using Active Directory can easily set up and manage Box accounts for their users within their existing identity management system.

Windows C# Software Development Kit (SDK)

We recently launched new updates to our own Box for Windows apps, which added more control and security for users and admins. But now we’re adding new tools that make it easy for Windows developers to integrate with Box. Our new Windows C# SDK— built around the Box V2 APIs—is designed to make incorporating Box into Windows Store and Phone apps simple and seamless. The new SDK joins our recently-released iOS and Android SDKs, all of which provide easy-to-use code that can be dropped into an application. To learn more, check out the post on our developer blog or get started in the Box GitHub account.

For more details on the new SDK and Azure integration, check out blog post from Box here

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