This section provides an overview of what azure-active-directory is, and why a developer might want to use it.
It should also mention any large subjects within azure-active-directory, and link out to the related topics. Since the Documentation for azure-active-directory is new, you may need to create initial versions of those related topics.
Detailed instructions on getting azure-active-directory set up or installed.
Note the Domain name, it'll be used as the tenantName.
Enter the Reply URL as http://localhost:8100 or any port from wher you'll be serving your app.
In Application Claims, select Email Addresses too.
Note the Application ID . It'll be used as the clientId.
Note the name of the policy. It'll be used as policy.
Note the name of the policy. It'll be used as the password-reset-policy
The Azure AD B2C login screen can be customized to suit our branding. Refer Customizing the UI
In this sample we have two customized UI screens,
In adCustomPages/unified.html, at line 442 and 445, enter your tenantName, password-reset-policy and clientId
The pages should be uploaded in a blob and their url should be referred in the Azure AD B2C policies.
Now in your application you can see the customized UI.