Auth0 to Azure AD B2C Migration – Part 3

This is the last article of three part series that started with Auth0 to Azure AD B2C Migration – Part 1 and Auth0 to Azure AD B2C Migration Part 2. The repository for this article is located at https://github.com/mattruma/Auth0AzureADB2CMigrationDemo, where for the sake of this article, we will be working with the AzureADB2CWebApp project. Now…

Auth0 to Azure AD B2C Migration – Part 2

We have already looked at an ASP.NET Core 2.2 application that leveraged Auth0 for authentication, we will now direct our attention to developing a similar application that leverages Azure Active Directory B2C (Azure AD B2C) for authentication. First we will need to create our Azure AD B2C tenant in the Azure portal. Login to the…

Auth0 to Azure AD B2C Migration – Part 1

In this series of articles we will look at converting an existing ASP.NET Core 2 Web Application from using Auth0 to using Azure AD B2C. This series of articles assumes you have some familiarity with Auth0 and Azure AD B2C, but just in case you don’t, below are several links that should get you caught…

Messages? Events? or Both?

Most of what I discuss here is culled from https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/modules/choose-a-messaging-model-in-azure-to-connect-your-services/2-choose-whether-to-use-message-queues-or-events. If you are building a distributed application you will want to ensure the application is both reliable and scalable. You will often leverage communication components to accomplish these objectives. This will necessitate a choice between messages, events or some combination of both? So how do you…

NET Core Web Api and Cosmos DB SDK 2.0 and 3.0

I created an example of a NET Core Web Api that makes use of both the Cosmos DB SDK 2.0 and 3.0. The example is based on an Order entity with multiple Order Item entities. It includes controller methods for working with Orders in both v1 and v2 of the API. Note, in v2 of the…