Lesson 5 - E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - User management
In the previous lesson, E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Relations and Repository, we had a look at how to set up a relationship between entities and laid the foundation of the Repository design pattern. Before we continue with the product management, let's create a user interface for the user management in this ASP.NET Core tutorial. In this application, we'll need to distinguish the administrator and regular visitor roles in many places.
In ASP.NET Core applications, we use the
Identity system for
users and roles. It provides us with a lot of available tools. We have already
stumbled across some of them, such as
IdentityDbContext, etc. We're going to build upon this system.
We're going to extend the
AccountController we created in the ASP.NET
Core MVC Basics course. For completeness' sake, I'll paste its code here as
it'll be the base of our controller:
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