Updated 09/29/2020 20:52
Describes how to handle errors and exceptions.
Updated 08/04/2020 03:32
Describes how to implement ASP.NET Core Identity's external logins.
Updated 08/04/2020 02:54
Describes how to implement middleware which will redirect authenticated users to a Terms of Service page until they agree.
Updated 08/04/2020 02:46
Demonstrates the implementation of clipboard copy and paste functions from a Razor page.
Updated 06/30/2020 16:27
Demonstrates the implementation of a global Bootstrap message modal. The third article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
Updated 06/30/2020 16:25
Demonstrates the implementation of a dependency injected SMTP EmailSender. The second article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
Updated 06/09/2020 21:51
Describes the AES Cipher. The seventh article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
Updated 06/09/2020 21:50
Describes the FIDO2 authenticator. The sixth article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
Updated 06/09/2020 21:49
Demonstrates the implementation of ASP.NET Core GDPR Consent features. The fifth article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
Updated 06/09/2020 21:45
Describes the round trip of the challenge, a unique code used by FIDO, from the server to the client-js to the postback verification. The forth article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
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