Build a cookie-based cross subdomain authentication website with Asp.Net web API from scratch
Welcome Everybody to my course “Sub Domains Authentication with Asp..Net Web API”.
In this course, you will learn how to develop cross subdomain authentication in asp.net using Web API and cookies.
To make it clear, suppose you have a website called: www.mysite.com.
and you want all these sites to authenticate using a single authenticate node (A Web API in our case). think about it as a single sign-on.
So this is what we are going to build on this website. ( see the promo)
You can check other students who know how much I am active in answering any question, not only related to the course but also I provide free support in any computer science topic on my website, you can find this in the bonus section of the course. So don’t worry about anything you may feel unclear, I will be with you almost 24/7 to help you.
Here is what we are going to cover in this course:
- Build the authentication Web API (used to authenticate all other websites using token authentication)
- Adding custom methods to the API and testing using Postman.
- Building 3 websites ( www,hasan,com , tools,hasan,com , gallery,hasan,com).
- Hosting our websites and the API locally on our IIS feature in Windows 10 to access the sites with their domain names.
- Implementing central login and registration forms.
- Working with cookies to save the authentication information.
- Implementing the cross-site authentication from all sites.
- Implement remember me using cookies.
And much more covered during the lectures.
My Promise to You
I’ll be here for you in every step. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic or any other topic, you can always put a question in the course or send me a direct message. and I will be here with you to help.
With the 30-day 100% money back guarantee, there is nothing holding you back from jumping in right now and trying the course out.
Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I’ll see you in lesson 1!
What are the requirements?
- You will need a computer with visual studio installed ( prefer 2012 or later)
- You should be familiar with the meaning of Web API.
- You should Know the meaning of web hosting in general.
What am I going to get from this course?
- Learn how two create multiple sample websites in visual studio.
- Implement cross sub domain authentication.
- Work with WEB API.
- Learn how basically you can host your websites in IIS.
What is the target audience?
- Developers who are willing to know more about cross-domain authentication
- Developers willing to know about Web API authentication with cookies.
- Developers willing to know new concepts like Web APIs, cookies, and single sign-on.