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README.md

JWT.io

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How to add a library

To add a library, simply edit the right JSON file located at views/website/libraries. Each language gets its own file. Multiple libraries share the same language file.

To add a new language, simply add a JSON file in the same folder as the others. It will get automatically recognized. If you add a new language, you will need to provide a proper icon for it and place it in the img folder.

Here's a commented example of the .NET language file (0-.NET.json). All fields must have valid values unless noted:

{
  // Language name (unique)
  "name": ".NET",

  // Unique identifier that will be used as a CSS class
  // for this language (only valid CSS class names).
  "uniqueClass": "net",

  // The language icon, SVG format preferred, should be placed
  // in /img directory.
  "image": "/img/1.svg",

  // The color of header that displays the name of the language
  // and the icon. This is a valid CSS color definition.
  "bgColor": "rgb(42, 168, 229)",

  // An array of libraries for this language.
  "libs": [
    {
      // In case the library suffered from a vulnerability, the
      // minimum version in which the vuln was fixed must be
      // listed here. Optional (can be null).
      "minimumVersion": "1.0.1", // or null

      // Supported features, true for supported,
      // false for not supported.
      "support": {
        "sign": true,
        "verify": true,
        "iss": true,
        "sub": true,
        "aud": true,
        "exp": true,
        "nbf": true,
        "iat": true,
        "jti": true,
        "hs256": true,
        "hs384": true,
        "hs512": true,
        "rs256": true,
        "rs384": true,
        "rs512": true,
        "es256": true,
        "es384": true,
        "es512": true,
        "ps256": true,
        "ps384": true,
        "ps512": true,
        "eddsa": true
      },

      // Author URL, can be GitHub profile, personal page
      // company page, etc. Can be null.
      "authorUrl": "https://www.microsoft.com", // or null

      // Author name.
      "authorName": "Microsoft",

      // For the star count, this is the GitHub repository path,
      // (usually user/repo). Can be null (no star count shown).
      "gitHubRepoPath": "AzureAD/azure-activedirectory-identitymodel-extensions-for-dotnet", // or null

      // URL for source code.
      "repoUrl": "https://github.com/MSOpenTech/azure-activedirectory-identitymodel-extensions-for-dotnet",

      // Install command, can be HTML or plain text.
      "installCommandHtml": "Install-Package<br><a href=\"https://www.nuget.org/packages/System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt/\">System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt</a>"
    }
  ]
}

How to build

First, install the required dependencies:

npm install

In order to build (and run) the project execute:

./node_modules/.bin/grunt

You will find the generated files in the dist directory. For the website, you can run a server at its root. For example: http-server dist/website. The default grunt task runs a server at https://127.0.0.1:8000 and watches for changes.

To run tests, execute:

./node_modules/.bin/grunt test

Look at the end of the Gruntfile for other common tasks.

Happy hacking!

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