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  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Identity 2.2.0-alpha1

    We are releasing a preview of ASP.NET Identity 2.2.0-alpha1. The main focus in this release was to fix bugs and address performance issues. Download this release You can download ASP.NET Identity from the NuGet gallery. You can install or update these packages using the NuGet Package Manager Console...
  • Blog Post: Changes to Google OAuth 2.0 and updates in Google middleware for 3.0.0 RC release

    This article explains the recent changes made to Google OpenID and OAuth 2.0 along with the corresponding updates to the 3.0.0 RC release of Google OAuth middleware. Here we will first look at the experience of using Google OAuth middleware in an MVC application with the OWIN 2.1.0 release bits. We...
  • Blog Post: Implementing custom password policy using ASP.NET Identity

    We recently released the 2.0.0-alpha1 version of ASP.NET Identity. Learn more here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/webdev/archive/2013/12/20/announcing-preview-of-microsoft-aspnet-identity-2-0-0-alpha1.aspx To provide a more secure user experience for the application, you might want to customize the password...
  • Blog Post: Organizational Accounts in Visual Studio 2013 RC

    Visual Studio 2013 Preview shipped with support to create new ASP.NET projects that can be easily configured with organizational accounts. This support has been simplified and enhanced in this RC version. You can find a detailed step-by-step tutorial on creating an ASP.NET MVC project with single organizational...
  • Blog Post: Understanding OWIN Forms authentication in MVC 5

    Overview The new security feature design for MVC 5 is based on OWIN authentication middleware. The benefit for it is that security feature can be shared by other components that can be hosted on OWIN. Since the Katana team did a great effort to support the OWIN integrated pipeline in ASP.NET, it can...
  • Blog Post: Introducing ASP.NET Identity – A membership system for ASP.NET applications

    ASP.NET Identity is the new membership system for building ASP.NET web applications. ASP.NET Identity allows you to add login features to your application and makes it easy to customize data about the logged in user. [Update] Please visit ASP.NET Identity for getting the latest information about ASP...
  • Blog Post: Adding External Logins to your ASP.NET application in Visual Studio 2013

    The project templates showcase a way of logging in with external login providers, along with the normal way of logging in by creating a local account This post highlights how you can turn on support for logging through these services in the ASP.NET project templates that shipped with Visual Studio 2013...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET updates to support Windows Azure Active Directory

    Today we released an update to the Visual Studio 2013 Preview which enables you to create ASP.NET applications which use Windows Azure Active Directory for authentication. In this post I will describe; how you can get the additional support, where to find more info and a list of known issues. How to...
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