Lesson 9 - User roles in ASP.NET Core MVC and finishing the blog
In the previous lesson, Logging in and registration in ASP.NET Core MVC, we started working or logging users in and registering them. In today's ASP.NET Core MVC tutorial, we're going to restrict the editing features of our blog to admins only and finish it. The complete project is as always available to download, including the source code.
We have the registration ViewModel ready from the previous lesson. Let's go
AccountController and create actions for printing and
processing the registration form. Both
Register() actions will be
very similar to those for logging in. In the POST method, we'll create a new
user, create a new database entry for them using the
and then log them in right away. The code looks as follows:
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