Join Ervis Trupja for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of ASP.NET Core Identity: Authentication Management.
- [Instructor] Before we start this course, let us talk about a couple of things that you need to know. To build our web application, we are going to use Visual Studio 2017 Community edition. But you can also use any version of 2017 or later. Also, since we are going to build two apps, make sure that you have installed both .NET Core 2.0 and 2.2. We are going to build two ASP.NET Core MVC applications so having previous experience with the MVC framework is strongly recommended. Throughout this course, if you would like to follow along while I'm coding, you can download the Exercise Files from the course page.
- Differences between authentication and authorization
- Creating a web application with Identity
- Configuring lockout, password, and sign-in settings
- Customizing the Identity model
- Lazy loading
- Authenticating using external provides such as Facebook
- Configuring cookie-based authentication