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There has been a lot of traffic on my post about Simple Membership that came with the File new Project MVC 4 in 2012. I was reading the release notes for Visual Studio 2013 and .Net 4.5.1 and it mentioned a new/updated Authentication approach. “ASP.NET Identity is the new membership system for ASP.NET applications. ASP.NET Identity makes it easy to integrate user-specific profile data with application data. ASP.NET Identity also allows you to choose the persistence model for user profiles in your application. You can store the data in a SQL Server database or another data store, including NoSQL data stores such as Windows Azure Storage Tables”

There’s a great page on the site that gives an introduction, overview, how to use it, and how to migrate to it.

I won’t be doing a new project for awhile at work, but I’ll definitely be looking into this more when I get the time.

There is also an article in the November/December 2013 edition of the Dot Net Curry Magazine.

Here's a training video with Scott Hansel and Scott Hunter

Posted on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 11:41 AM ASP.Net , Authentication | Back to top

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It seems there's a new membership system with every release of .NET. I like where it's going, but it's still tricky when you want to plug the authentication into an existing Web API back-end rather than directly to a data store via EF.
Left by Mike C on Nov 07, 2013 11:56 AM

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