ASP.NET Identity 2 is the most recent user management library from the ASP.NET team. This course will teach you the basics of claims-based identity, how the ASP.NET Identity library works, and how to integrate the library with an ASP.NET application.
ASP.NET Identity is the latest user management library from the ASP.NET team, replacing the ASP.NET Membership and Simple Membership libraries. In this course, ASP.NET Identity 2 Fundamentals, you'll learn everything you need to get started with the ASP.NET Identity library. First, you'll explore the best practices. Next, you'll discover security considerations. Finally, you'll learn how to integrate the library with modern ASP.NET MVC web applications. When you are finished with this course, you'll be armed with the knowledge to implement ASP.NET Identity in your own web application, creating a robust user store that integrates with modern security libraries.
What is ASP.NET Identity?
ASP.NET Identity is a modern user management library for ASP.NET, replacing the previous ASP.NET membership and simple membership libraries.
What will I learn in this course?
By the end of this introduction to ASP.NET Identity you will be able to integrate ASP.NET Identity with an existing ASP.NET MVC application and leverage ASP.NET Identity security stamps.
What prerequisites do I need?
Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with creating ASP.NET MVC web applications.
Scott Brady is a software developer specializing in in IdentityServer4 and all things Authentication, Identity, OAuth, and OpenID Connect. Scott spends his time helping customers implement Single Sign On solutions, writing blog posts, and building IdentityServer components for Rock Solid Knowledge.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Scott Brady and welcome to my course ASP. NET Identity 2 Fundamentals. I am a senior software developer at Rock Solid Knowledge, the European commercial partners of the Identity Server open source project. ASP. NET Identity is a modern user management library for ASP. NET, replacing the previous ASP. NET membership and simple membership libraries. And it offers a wide range of functionality along with integration with modern security frameworks. Some of the major topics that we will cover include two-factor authentication, password reset, external authentication, and security best practices. By the end of this course you will be able to integrate ASP. NET Identity with an existing ASP. NET MVC application. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with creating ASP. NET MVC web applications. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn ASP. NET Identity with the ASP. NET Identity 2 Fundamentals course on Pluralsight.