Implement Security using ASP.NET Core Identity in 10 Easy Steps

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Many web applications need to authenticate and authorize the users. A common approach is to accept user name and password from the user and validate them against some data store. As far as ASP.NET Core web applications are concerned the recommended way to implement such a security using ASP.NET Core Identity. In this article you will learn to implement user authentication as well as role based security using ASP.NET Core Identity. You will do so by building a sample application from scratch using...

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