Complete Guide to ASP.NET Core Identity
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Authentication and Authorization are one of the most important parts of modern web app and web APIs development. ASP.NET Core Identity provides a complete solution to achieve this purpose. It seems with a few clicks, a developer can scaffold a solution. However, in order to adapt the scaffolded solution to your particular project requirements, you will need a complete understanding of how ASP.NET Core Identity works inside out.

With 5 sections and about 7 hours of high quality content,

You will learn the following topics in depth:

  1. Section #1: Authentication and Authorization UNDER the HOOD.

You will start with securing your web app without using ASP.NET Identity, so that you know what is under the hood. This builds a strong foundation for you.

  1. Section #2: Securing Web APIs

Same idea with the previous section, but here we are securing Web APIs.

  1. Section #3: ASP.NET Core Identity In Depth

Now we are getting into ASP.NET Core Identity. Here you will not only learn how to code with ASP.NET Core Identity, but you will learn all the reasons behind the working of Identity with the knowledge you have just learned in the previous sections.

  1. Section #4: MFA in ASP.NET Identity

MFA is a must when you work with a public facing website. Hence, this section is very important. After the in-depth explanation of the concept, you will start with a simpler Email MFA scenario, then moving on to the Authenticator App MFA case.

  1. Section #5: External Authentication Providers

Lots of applications (public facing or not) want to use external social media to manage the user login, so that the applications can focus on the business logic. This section takes Facebook Login as an example and walks you through the steps of using an external authentication provider.

You will master the following technical skills:

  • What are Identities, Claims, and Principal (Security Context).
  • Cookie Authentication for Web App.
  • Authentication and Authorization handlers
  • Policy based Authorization
  • Create Custom Policies
  • JWT Token Authentication for Web APIs / REST APIs.
  • ASP.NET Core Identity Configuration
  • Use Identity to implement all typical scenarios including: User Registration, User Login, Logout, Email confirmation, Roles vs Claims and User Profile page.
  • MFA with Email.
  • MFA with Authentication App.
  • Social Media login with Facebook.

What you will need:

  • Intermediate Level of C# or at least 6 months of experience.
  • Intermediate Level of ASP.NET Core or at least 6 months of experience.
  • Basic HTML.
  • You should know OOP and the concept of interface in C#.
  • You are interested in learning this topic.
  • You are eager to learn.

Who this course is for:

  • ASP .NET Core Developers
  • API Developers
  • Mobile Application Developers
  • C# or VB NET Developers

Last but Not least:

Enjoy this course and don’t forget to check out my other courses:

  • Complete guide to Web API course
  • ASP.NET Core Blazor course
  • Clean Architecture course

Who this course is for:

  • ASP .NET Core Developers
  • API Developers
  • Mobile Application Developers

What you’ll learn

  • What are Identities, Claims, and Principal (Security Context)
  • Cookie Authentication for Web App
  • JWT Token Authentication for Web APIs / REST APIs
  • Authentication and Authorization handlers
  • Policy based Authorization
  • Create and Handle Custom Authorization Policy
  • ASPNET Core Identity Configuration
  • Use Identity to cover all typical scenarios including: User Registration, User Login, Logout, Email confirmation, Roles vs Claims and User Profile page.
  • MFA with Email
  • MFA with Authentication App
  • Social Media login with Facebook

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