Hi @Leoudayan, I’ve been trying really hard to integrate Solid with a .net application server side and it’s next to impossible. First of all, I had to use the solid-auth-client. The good thing is that it is 100% compatible with Open ID Connect and it does produce an authorization token. The bad part is that the node.js solid server will completely ignore my authorization token and rely on cookie based authorization and thus I always get a 403 - unauthorized error. I sifted through the node.js code and found out the hardway.
I decided to read/write to a public container within my POD and now I’m finding out that my Sparql queries are not working as expected. I haven’t even tried updating but I suspect they won’t work either.
I think if they want a greater adoption from the developer community they should at least give us the resources for us to close that gap.
My 2 cents.