Get started

For Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0, the quick start approach to your first application is through the development environment setup guides and sample applications for each of the operating systems.

Begin creating your rights enabled application:

1. Download the SDK package for your target operating system using the following table of links.
Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0
Android SDK
iOS SDK
OS X SDK
Windows Phone 8 SDK
Windows Store (Windows RT / Windows 8) SDK

 

2. Proceed to the apps guide for your operating system.

The apps guides walk you through setting up your development environment for creating your own apps and, guide through building and running one of the sample applications downloaded with the Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0.

Apps guide
Android Apps
iOS Apps
OS X Apps
Windows Phone 8 Apps
Windows Store Apps

 

3. For important release notes and developer guidance, see the What's new topic.

In this section

TopicDescription

What's new

Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 has added features and behaviors that are outlined in this topic.

Android Apps

Android applications can use the Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 to enable integrated information protection in their applications by using Azure Active Directory Rights Management (AAD RM ).

iOS Apps

iOS applications can use the Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 to enable integrated information protection in their application by using the Azure Active Directory Rights Management (AAD RM).

OS X Apps

OS X applications can use this release of the Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 for OS X to enable integrated information protection in their application via the Azure Active Directory Rights Management (AAD RM).

Windows Phone 8 Apps

Windows Phone 8 applications can use the Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 to enable integrated information protection in their application by using the Azure Active Directory Rights Management (AAD RM).

Windows Store Apps

Windows Store applications can use the Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 to enable integrated information protection in their application by using the Azure Active Directory Rights Management (AAD RM).

Code examples

Microsoft Rights Management SDK 3.0 includes example code and working projects for all supported opertaing systems.

Community resources

Active Directory Rights Management Services is well supported by a growing community of developers on multiple platforms.

 

 

 

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