Social/External Logins

The Account Module has already configured to handle social or external logins out of the box. You can follow the ASP.NET Core documentation to add a social/external login provider to your application.

Example: Facebook Authentication

Follow the ASP.NET Core Facebook integration document to support the Facebook login for your application.

Add the NuGet Package

Add the Microsoft.AspNetCore.Authentication.Facebook package to your project. Based on your architecture, this can be .Web, .IdentityServer (for tiered setup) or .Host project.

Configure the Provider

Use the .AddFacebook(...) extension method in the ConfigureServices method of your module, to configure the client:

    .AddFacebook(facebook =>
        facebook.AppId = "...";
        facebook.AppSecret = "...";

It would be a better practice to use the appsettings.json or the ASP.NET Core User Secrets system to store your credentials, instead of a hard-coded value like that. Follow the Microsoft's document to learn the user secrets usage.

Angular UI

Beginning from the v3.1, the Angular UI uses authorization code flow (as a best practice) to authenticate the user by redirecting to the MVC UI login page. So, even if you are using the Angular UI, social/external login integration is same as explained above and it will work out of the box.

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