REST API to access and perform functions in Azure B2C

A customer wants to have users register, manage profile, reset password and this is possible using B2C.

What I'd like to know is, whether it is possible to integrate all this functionality in an existing web application and perform REST APIs to Azure B2C?
Sebastian_StraussAsked:
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David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
This relates to your other question, which I answered.

The technology involves simply means writing an API. GitHub provides 100s of examples in various languages.

So creating an API is easy... well, if you're a great API writer.

The challenge is getting people to use it.

In general, you'd create a REST <-> Azure API wrapper to perform whatever function require.

Caveat: What you're doing will be considered scrapping by Microsoft, which they explicitly ban + they're very smart, so they will catch you + block you.

So, before you invest much time + money into your project, first contact Microsoft + seek some sort of developer exception.

It's rare + they do grant these... especially if you show up with a truckload of money to pay them for the privilege.

All in all, considering this question + your other related question, there are far easier ways to generate income than leveraging Azure.

Maybe take your idea + apply it to normal LAMP Stacks + LXD Containers.
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