Implementing authentication in Angular
In the previous sections, we spent a good amount of time configuring the .NET Core Identity services and middlewares, meaning that we’re halfway done; as a matter of fact, we’re almost done with the server-side tasks. At the same time, we did nothing at the front-end level: the sample users that we created in the previous section—
[email protected] and
[email protected]—have no way to log in, and there isn’t a registration form for creating new users.
However, if we think about what we did during the previous chapters, we should already know what to do to fill such gap: implementing an interactive login (and possibly a registration) form, using the same techniques adopted for
More specifically, here’s a list...