Authentication and authorization are two incredibly important aspects of a secure Blazor application. In this course, Authentication and Authorization in Blazor Applications, you'll learn how to secure your Blazor application using a variety of best practice techniques for authentication and authorization. You'll learn how to log in and out of your Blazor application with cookies; explore how to work with ASP.NET Core Identity; examine how to implement token-based security for your Blazor application using OAuth2 and OpenID Connect; and discover how to deal with authorization, including how to create and use authorization policies, among other things. By the end of this course you'll be comfortable implementing best-practice security techniques in Blazor applications.
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