We previously looked how to create a Xamarin Forms App using Azure Mobile Services for storing and retrieving data. However, up until now, we have been saving the data globally so that it is accessible to all users. This post will explore how to add device-specific authentication to each app so that users can register and manage their own private data using any of the supported authentication providers.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Using Xamarin Forms DependencyService and Azure Mobile Services to Add Authentication to Cross-Platform Apps
You may already know that, due to its lightweight architecture, ASP.NET MVC makes it simple to get a website up and running. But another advantage to such a manageable framework is how simple it is to implement any necessary component with just the bare minimum functionality.
One such requirement is the need to enforce Forms Authentication for your website. When creating a simple prototype, you’re probably not concerned with the specifics of the user security, implementation, but you probably do want to demonstrate it!
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Dead Simple ASP.NET MVC Authentication