I’ve just started an asp.net core 2.2 based implementation for Australia Consumer Data Standards (published by Data 61). Opening Banking initiative will follow these standards.

The purpose is to help you to get familiar with these standards, especially the APIs that need to be implemented.

The following work are to be done (please join me if you want to contribute):

  • Dummy data for the web APIs
  • OpenID Connect (OIDC) for authentication and authorisation.

Please watch the project to get updates.

GitHub project

To get involved, visit the following project site:

https://github.com/FahaoTang/cds-dotnetcore

License - MIT License

https://github.com/FahaoTang/cds-dotnetcore/blob/master/LICENSE

Live demo website

https://cds-dotnetcore.azurewebsites.net/

Sample screenshot

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