First, ASP.NET used SQLMembership for maintaining local users and roles, then ASP.NET Identity was introduced to enhance this experience. ASP.NET Core Identity takes this to the next level thanks to the modularity that ASP.NET Core provides. This session will walk you through implementing this Identity manually. You'll learn how to override and scaffold Identity pages. You'll learn how to implement multi-factor authentication easily. You'll see how to wrap ASP.NET Core Identity around an existing and legacy membership database.
You will learn:
- How to create an identity provider with ASP.NET Core Identity.
- How to add custom functionality to an identity database.
- How to reuse existing databases for use with ASP.NET Core Identity