Blazor WebAssembly Authentication

Learn how to add authentication and authorization to your Blazor WASM web apps by leveraging ASP.NET Identity.

Blazor WebAssembly Authentication – Learn how to add authentication and authorization to your Blazor WASM web apps by leveraging ASP.NET Identity. In this 2-part series we’ll do just that by creating an ASP.NET Web API with a SQLite database that will be hosted inside an Azure App Service and Client applications running on frameworks like Angular, React or Blazor can use this API to register as a new user or sign in as an existing user.

What you’ll learn

  • Blazor WebAssembly.
  • ASP .NET Core WEB API.
  • ASP .NET Core Identity.
  • Entity Framework Core.
  • .NET 6.
  • Visual Studio 2022.

Course Content

  • Main –> 5 lectures • 2hr 35min.

Blazor WebAssembly Authentication

Requirements

  • C#, HTML, CSS and ASP .NET fundamentals.

Blazor WebAssembly Authentication – Learn how to add authentication and authorization to your Blazor WASM web apps by leveraging ASP.NET Identity. In this 2-part series we’ll do just that by creating an ASP.NET Web API with a SQLite database that will be hosted inside an Azure App Service and Client applications running on frameworks like Angular, React or Blazor can use this API to register as a new user or sign in as an existing user.

 

Developers get paid a lot of money to build applications with this stack. According to Glassdoor, the national average salary in the United States for .Net Developers is $96,000 dollars per year.

The most important technologies you’ll learn are C#, Blazor WebAssembly, .NET 6, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET Core Identity , The Microsoft Azure Cloud and GitHub.

I have taken a lot of Udemy programming courses myself and while taking them I often thought “I would explain this differently.”.

I bundled all those ideas I had and implemented them in this course. One of them is seeing the teacher’s face. I learn better when I see a teacher’s face, so I’ll actually show my face in all the lectures. Second, I am going to write out all the code that matters, so no annoying copy pasting of important logic and third no annoying “I have made some progress off camera.”. There won’t be any gaps when you continue with the next lecture.

 

The best learning strategy I have personally found (having been in the IT field for 7 years now as a student, employee and entrepreneur) is to learn some theory and then putting that into practice as soon as possible. This really cements the new information into my brain. So I teach people using this same strategy.

 

This way of teaching allows my students to get a lot of value from my courses and employers or clients will notice you’ll have a deep understanding of your stack. This will lead to you growing faster in your career, which will allow you to earn more money.

There’s no risk for you. Here on Udemy there is a No Questions Asked 100% refund for 30 days.

 

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