Posts tagged 'netcore'

  • ASP.NET Core Identity Considered Harmful

    “Ladies and gentlemen…. ASP.NET!” The crowd goes wild. The presenter, on stage, has just scaffolded out a fully-functional TODO list application using nothing but the .NET Core command-line interface and a series of templates. The demo has everything the application needs: persistent storage via the Entity Framework Core libraries, a snazzy interface courtesy of Bootstrap CSS, and there’s even a set of pages and tables for managing user logins and passwords, which the presenter called “ASP.NET Core Identity”. It’s awesome! It’s amazing! It’s the new frontier in .NET development, and you got to see it, live!

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  • C# API calls, SMTP configuration and authentication

    FusionAuth has an active online forum. The forum discussions vary in topic and depth, but are focused on FusionAuth, how to solve problems with it, and how to integrate auth systems with other software packages.

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  • Softozor integrated FusionAuth with Hasura and Kubernetes and saved development effort

    Dr. Laurent Michel is a FusionAuth community member and product owner at Softozor. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

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  • Authenticating with AWS Managed Microsoft Active Directory and LDAP

    Microsoft’s Active Directory is a common enterprise user data store. If you are building apps for users authenticated by Active Directory, you might want to connect FusionAuth to it. Another common use case is to have some applications for internal users which should be authenticated against Active Directory and other applications for people outside your organization, with user data stored in FusionAuth. FusionAuth can act as a CIAM for your external users, but delegate authentication of internal accounts to Active Directory.

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  • ASP.NET Core Example with Custom Claims

    Previously, we used ASP.NET Core to build a web application with a single protected page. Let’s extend the application to display the role of the user in FusionAuth as well as a custom claim. We’re going to create a group, assign a role to that group and then place our user in that group. We’ll also explore modifying our JSON Web Token (JWT) by using a lambda to expose the user’s favorite color. Finally, we’ll display all the claims on the “Secure” page.

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  • Securing an ASP.NET Core Razor Pages app with OAuth

    Previously, we used .NET Core to build a command line tool to add users to a FusionAuth user identity management system. In this tutorial, we’ll build out a web application with a protected page. We’ll use Razor Pages and have both login and logout happen against FusionAuth, using the Authorization Code grant.

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  • Creating a user in FusionAuth with a .NET Core CLI client

    In this post, we’ll build a command line client for FusionAuth with C# and the .NET Core libraries. We’ll set up FusionAuth and then add a user to an application from the command line interface (CLI) tool we’ve built.

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