Authentication on the go!!

Nowadays, it is common to have a “back-end” and a “front-end” so that two (or more) teams can work on a project. The latest version of Microsoft’s .NET Core is powerful and a cross-platform tool. Using it with Facebook’s React framework makes it a pretty stable platform to develop web applications. In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to add authentication using open id connect for React and .NET Core.

React verifies user with okta, Okta redirects back with a code, This is then shared by .NetCore which then is verified by okta.
React verifies user with okta, Okta redirects back with a code, This is then shared by .NetCore which then is verified by okta.
Open Id Connect Flow for React and .NET Core

User Authentication in web app can be a pain and time consuming this is where Okta comes in and makes is easy to secure your web…

Ankit Khandeparkar

I am a Software Developer, passionate about Embedded systems by making various projects. Other than that I love to play Football and Badminton.

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