What you will learn
☑ How to host API in Azure
☑ How to Authentication Web Project in Azure
☑ How to access API with Postman
☑ How to access API with Web Project
In this course I’ll show how we can authenticate API and Web project using the Azure Active Directory.
I have used Single Tenant Authentication however the concepts remain same for the Multi Tenant Authentication.
I have also mentioned in this project that how we can access the API using Postman.
What is Single Tenant & Multi Tenant ?
- Single-tenant apps are only available in the tenant they were registered in, also known as their home tenant.
- Multi-tenant apps are available to users in both their home tenant and other tenants.
Visual Studio 2019
Azure Subscription – Even the disabled account also you can use as it allows you to use the Azure Active Directory for 12 months for free.
Benefit of Single Tenant Authentication
– Programming model is simpler
– App management is easier.
-No extra effort to block external user access.
-Service principal provisioning is not required.
-Works great for small number of users
Features Work in Azure AD
– B2B authentication -Manage your guest users and external partners, while maintaining control over your own corporate data
-B2C authentication -Customize and control how users sign up, sign in, and manage their profiles when using your apps
Managed identities for Azure resources
Privileged identity management (PIM)
Reports and monitoring
Create API Application
Create API Project
Register the API in Azure Portal
Running the API Project
Create Client Application in Azure Portal
Register the Client application in Azure
Access the API with Postman
Client Web App
Create the Client Project
Update the App Settings for Azure AD and API
Create Token Service
Fetch the Token
Add Implementation of Get
Update the Controller
Fix the Issues and add Client Secret