Learn to apply authentication and authorization on any ASP.NET Core endpoints from any client type by using Single Sign On. This video will teach you how to secure any type of ASP.NET Core endpoints by using an external Single Sign On provider. It covers any types of standard HTTP endpoints (Web API controllers, MVC controllers and Razor pages) as well as endpoints reachable by other communication mechanisms (SignalR and gRPC).
You start by going through a short introduction about the video and the author followed by OpenID Connect and OAuth overview. You will then learn how to install development tools along with SSO. Further, you will learn how to apply SSO to secure Razor pages, MVC endpoints, REST API endpoints and Blazor Server Applications. Moving ahead, you will demonstrate how to apply SSO to secure Blazor WebAssembly applications, gRPS services and SignalR hubs.
After going through this video, you will be able to set up a Single Sign On provider, so a user that has authenticated in one application would automatically authenticated in all applications within the ecosystem.
What Will You Learn
- Provides an overview of OpenID Connect and OAuth protocols and shows how to apply them on ASP.NET Core
- Setting up Single Sign On provider
- Securing ant standard ASP.NET Core application, including MVC, Web API and Razor Pages
Who Is This Book for
Developers who are already familiar with ASP.NET Core.
This video discusses how apply authentication and authorization on any ASP.NET Core endpoints from any client type by using Single Sign On.
About The Author
Fiodar Sazanavets is an experienced senior software engineer whose main area of expertise is with the Microsoft stack, including ASP.NET (Framework and Core), SQL Server, Azure, and various front-end technologies. Fiodar is experienced with and enlists industry-wide best practices, such as SOLID principles, software design patterns, automation testing principles (BDD and TDD) and microservices architecture. He gained his experience working in a variety of industries, including water engineering, financial, retail, railway and defense. He has played a leading role in various projects and, as well as building software, he has been regularly involved in architectural and design tasks.
Fiodar regularly writes about software development on his personal website, scientificprogrammer.net. He has also published a number of articles on other websites, such as simpleprogrammer.com.