IdentityServer4 on ASP.NET Core RC2

This week was quite busy ;) Besides doing a couple of talks and workshops at SDD in London – we also updated all the IdentityServer4 bits to RC2.

Many thanks to all the people in the community that were part of this effort!

Here are the relevant links:

IdentityServer4 repo / nuget
AccessTokenValidation repo / nuget
Samples repo

Now that RC2 is finally released, we will continue our work on IdentityServer4. Expect more changes and frequent updates soon. stay tuned!

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9 Responses to IdentityServer4 on ASP.NET Core RC2

  1. Great news. When are updated tutorials coming? Currently all point to IS3

    • We can either work on code or tutorials – not both. Code is more important right now.

      • Not that this is a Democracy or anything but, I for one vote on the code. One could study the samples in order to understand how the code functions and how their application could benefit from IS4. If you can’t derive usage, you are probably best waiting for the final release, IMHO. Pre-release software almost never comes with a manual. That being said, keep up the great work guys I love this implementation and the flexibility it provides. I am also a huge fan of the inability to make some configurations that could compromise security.

  2. I’m voting for a web api sample using authorization feature

  3. Patrick says:

    I don’t want to speak for Michel, but I think he was referring to an example of how to wire up an ASPNETCore RC2 webapi to use your IdentityServer. The RC1 examples do not work with RC2.

  4. Dung says:

    I have multiple Web APIs, some of them are .net and some of them are .net core.
    Can i use identityserver4 for this case?

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