L'autenticazione è sempre un punto molto delicato durante lo sviluppo e soprattutto il rilascio delle nostre applicazioni. Spesso non viene data la giusta importanza alla parte di security come viene data ad altre parti del progetto. In questa sessione vedremo come con IdentiyServer è possibile centralizzare la parte di autorizzazione e autenticazione delle nostre applicazioni web, mobile (e pure on-prem). Nel caso specifico vedremo anche come configurare "alla perfezione" IdentityServer con Azure AD B2C.
I'm a Full Stack Web Developer and I'm passionate about frontend technologies and everything related to the cloud, especially Microsoft Azure. I currently live in Zurich and actively participate in local and international community activities and events. I share my love for technology through my blog in Italian https://www.emanuelebartolesi.com and the one in English https://dev.to/kasuken. I also became Twitch Affiliate as a live coder and you can follow me at https://twitch.tv/kasuken to write some code together. Since 2014 I'm Microsoft MVP in the Developer Technologies category.
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