Create Registration/Login with ASP.NET Identity, Entity Framework, Angular4 - Share & earn cash
This source code package contains and describes an example, where it has been shown, how to create a site registration mechanism, login functionality and display of custom messages to the user end upon successful authentication. It uses the concept of Identity, hence returning token which is stored at the local storage. The data pertaining to user login can be stored in MSSQL database. We use Typescript based Angular4 code to form a well-factored, structured and layered application flow that is responsible for collecting user input from front end and making requests to the back end API which handles the task of saving/storing the data. Written with C#, MVC Razor syntax Angular4 and HTML5, it is easy to understand, customize and integrate into your own application, with practically little to no effort. Programmers who already know and are familiar about the ASP.NET Core MVC approach of development, its project structure and components, will find it especially helpful and easy to implement. A beginner will also find this very helpful to read, conceptualize and can also use this approach shown in this example with very little time-overhead. They can add/modify further features to create their own unique login/registration functionalities for web applications - steady, stable, reliable and very modern. There is just about enough gaps left [intentionally] for the student to research, study and work on his/her own to make the exercise complete. Please read the steps described, think and research upon them, and follow the instructions to create your own fully working example. While you work and learn it, think of other new ways that can be incorporated either as modules or as service layer architecture to make it even more professional, high quality and amazing. This makes your learning pure, true and everlasting, as it is build on solid foundations. This is very crucial especially if you are very new to this specific ecosystem of coding.