Two Factor Authentication

ASP.NET Identity 2.0 Two Factor Authentication

Since the release of the new ASP.NET Identity 2.0 there as been a lot of buzz around the support for two factor authentication. This adds a greater level of security around the ever insecure password authentication methods. If you are interested in the setup up ASP.NET Identity 2.0 to used cookie and token authentication check […]

ASP.NET MVC Tutorial

Using ASP.NET MVC Partial View Controller Action

Developing a single page rendering shouldn’t require a single uber model. ASP.NET MVC lends itself to require one model per Render View instance. The content of your browser should be build to consist of a collection of views. Your Login/Logout/Profile view in the header, a side navigation with data driven badge counts and the body […]

ASP.NET MVC Tutorial

ASP.NET MVC Model to Knockout Viewmodel

This is a quick article on how to share your ASP.NET MVC Model to Knockout Viewmodel structure with the MVC framework and Knockout’s ViewModel. Keeping with the DRY methodology we don’t want to maintain multiple definitions of the same view model in JavaScript and in C#. How to get ASP.NET MVC Model to Knockout Viewmodel […]

ASP.NET Identity 2.9 Cookie & Token

ASP.NET Identity 2.0 Cookie & Token Authentication

This tutorial is centered around building an application that will support multiple platforms. The need to support a web application along with a complement of mobile apps is not uncommon. This tutorial will focus on setting up ASP.NET Identity 2.0 in a ASP.NET MVC application with WebAPI Support. Update: If you are interested in two […]