Does anyone else feel as lost as I do in the .NET Identity documentation?

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  • ASP.NET Core

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    Concentrating on asp.net core - our company was quite an early adapter of asp.net core, so we were looking for docs and help to get our app working on identity. The docs were really long winded, and the biggest frustration for me was that they all assumed that you were in VS (mac user, rider), and that you were using EF (like WHY would you NOT be using EF?!) - we were using Dapper and so there was pretty much no documentation that would help us. I spent ages going through the source code of identity to work out what it was expecting and what I had to build. Literally days messing about with various options, until one day I finally cracked it. Shudder.

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    I spent an inordinate amount of time adding Identity/Auth to my app. Once it works it's great, but it was not trivial to add, particularly as I didn't want the default GUID ID for users, but a straightforward integer ID which means changing lots of code and then debugging random obscure errors until every run is aligned.

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    If it could help, something I did. Template for Blazor ASP.NET 6 Core Server Side authentication from any database in a multi-language project. https://github.com/iso8859/AspNetCoreAuthMultiLang

  • react-oidc

    A set of react components to make Oidc (Open ID Connect) client easy. It aim to simplify OAuth authentication between multiples providers. Compatible with NextJS.

    Using that react library https://github.com/AxaGuilDEv/react-oidc and .NET 6.

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    Here the application Readme : https://github.com/AxaGuilDEv/ml-cli/blob/master/README-ECOTAG.md

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    A .NET core5 example application.

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