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README.md

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Ubiety SCRAM is an easy implementation of the Salted Challenge and Response Authentication Mechanism for .NET Core

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Installing / Getting started

Ubiety Scram Core is available from NuGet

dotnet package install Ubiety.Scram.Core

You can also use your favorite NuGet client.

Developing

Here's a brief intro about what a developer must do in order to start developing the project further:

git clone https://github.com/ubiety/Ubiety.Scram.Core.git
cd Ubiety.Scram.Core
dotnet restore

Clone the repository and then restore the development requirements. You can use any editor, Rider, VS Code or VS 2017. The library supports all .NET Core platforms.

Building

Building is simple

./build.ps1

Deploying / Publishing

git pull
versionize
dotnet pack
dotnet nuget push
git push

Contributing

When you publish something open source, one of the greatest motivations is that anyone can just jump in and start contributing to your project.

These paragraphs are meant to welcome those kind souls to feel that they are needed. You should state something like:

"If you'd like to contribute, please fork the repository and use a feature branch. Pull requests are warmly welcome."

If there's anything else the developer needs to know (e.g. the code style guide), you should link it here. If there's a lot of things to take into consideration, it is common to separate this section to its own file called CONTRIBUTING.md (or similar). If so, you should say that it exists here.

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Licensing

The code in this project is licensed under the Unlicense

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