Announcing: Securing ASP.NET Core with OAuth2 and OpenID Connect Course Published at Pluralsight

The world doesn’t stop revolving during summer holidays. Proof of that: during my holiday, my new course got published at Pluralsight!  I’m quite excited about this one: it covers the ins and outs of securing web apps & APIs in ASP.NET Core, using OAuth2 and OpenID Connect.

Here’s the full description:

Knowing how to secure applications is important, but knowing why we make certain decisions is, arguably, even more important. In this course, Securing ASP.NET Core with OAuth2 and OpenID Connect, you’ll learn the ins and outs of OAuth2 and OpenID Connect (OIDC), being today’s widely-used standards. First, you’ll explore what these standards entail, and how you can integrate their implementations in ASP.NET Core. Next, you’ll discover how to secure both a web app and an API, from integrating OIDC support to working with authorization policies, handling credentials, and going live. Finally, you’ll learn how to use, configure, and extend IdentityServer4. By the end of this course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge to efficiently secure your ASP.NET applications.

You can watch the course at Pluralsight.  If you don’t have an account yet, don’t worry: you can easily start with a free trial.

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4 Comments

Vasu

This is a great tutorial, thank you! Can you please also explain the scenario when the client app is built on angular 2?

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Saties Basant

i have the default asp.net core 2.0 application and tried github Identity Server 4. Lot of code like SignIn and Signout do not compile at the moment i write thi because i choose target 2.0 and the github is about target core 1.1
Could you provide a correct View with source of a working version for target 2.0
What a sad to ave such a new tutorial and the github of IDP4 does not work.
https://github.com/aspnet/Announcements/issues/262

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Yves Schelpe

Very nice and structured course. Would be nice to have some insights on JWT (w/ angular, react, vue clients) and how they should communicatie.

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