Getting started with ASP.NET Core authentication -Part 1

Learn ASP.NET Core Aunthentication

What you’ll learn

  • Learn how to implement aunthetication for ASP .NET Core application.
  • Create register , login and logout functionality.
  • Create aunthentication with SQL database.
  • Learn how to prevent acsess to unauthenticated users.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 7min.
  • Main Course –> 12 lectures • 2hr 7min.

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  • No programming experience is required.



Most web applications, or general software, have some form of authentication. In this course, we’ll look at how to implement authentication for ASP.NET Core web applications. So create an ASP.NET Core project and implement authentication from scratch.

Authentication is the process of determining a user’s ID. Approval is the process of determining whether a user can access a resource. This course does not cover approval. In ASP.NET Core, authentication is handled by the IAuthenticationService used by the authentication middleware. The authentication service uses the registered authentication handler to perform authentication-related actions. The following are examples of authentication-related actions. User authentication.

Responds when an unauthenticated user attempts to access a restricted resource. The registered authentication handler and its configuration options are called “schemes”.

Certification is responsible for providing Claims Principal for approval to make decisions against approval. There are several approaches to authentication schemes for choosing the authentication handler responsible for generating the correct claims. Authentication scheme The default authentication scheme described in the next section. Set HttpContext.User directly. The

authentication scheme allows you to select the authentication handler responsible for generating the correct set of claims.

We will start by creating a brand new project, add all required nuget packages then jump in to the authentication.

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