Jon Galloway recently wrote a monster 4-part series covering the new features of MVC 5.1 and Web API 2.1 releases. One thing he mentioned was the new IExceptionLogger for Web API, and he called out the community to provide some … Continue reading →
In this post I introduce some of the new membership features in ASP.NET Identity and swap out my dodgy hard-coded authentication logic to validate user credentials against information stored in a database .
ASP.NET MVC is an open source framework built on the top of Microsoft .NET Framework to develop web application that enables a clean separation of code. ASP.NET MVC framework is the most customizable and extensible platform shipped by Microsoft.
When standard types of authentication do not meet your requirements, you need to modify an authentication mechanism to create a custom solution. A user context has principal which represents the identity and roles for that user.
No matter how proficiently you developed your application there are chances that your code may not work as expected and will generate an error at runtime. ASP.NET MVC offers several techniques that help you build a robust error handling mechanism into your web application.