The new Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 includes support to client side authentication, which makes relatively simple to implement OpenID Connect and OAuth2 in your single page application. In other words, it means that we can finally build applications with the most recent industry standards in terms of security, enabling complex authentication scenarios and integrating them with the most widely used identity providers out there.

Speaking of identity providers, the most popular in the .NET Core sphere is definitely Identity Server 4, an open source product which is certified by the OpenID Foundation and works like a breeze with ASP.NET Core.


Last modified: December 19, 2020



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