Published: 04 May 2020
By: John Katsiotis

Linked-In provides an OAuth API that allows our application to interact with it. It also allows us to authenticate our users via Linked-In so that we don’t have to keep sensitive user data. This article explains how something like this is possible in an ASP.NET Application.

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About John Katsiotis

John Katsiotis is a Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET since 2008 and .NET Developer for the past 4 years. You can find more info at his personal site or follow him on Twitter

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