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Blazor.Auth0

Blazor Auth0 Library

Blazor.Auth0 Is a library for using the Authorization Code Grant with Proof Key for Code Exchange (PKCE) with Auth0's Universal Login in Blazor SPAs.

The idea behind this is to have an easy way of using Auth0's services with Blazor (especially the client side) without relaying on javascript libraries.

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About Auth0

Auth0 is a platform that provides authentication and authorization as a service. Giving developers and companies the building blocks they need to secure their applications without having to become security experts.

You can connect any application (written in any language or on any stack) to Auth0 and define the identity providers you want to use (how you want your users to log in).

Learn more at:

JWT Auth for open source projects

Prerequisites

Blazor

You'll want to follow the Getting Started instructions in Blazor website

Auth0

Basic knowledge of Auth0 IDaaS platform is assumed, otherwise, visiting Auth0 docs is highly recommended.

Installation

Install via Nuget.

Server Side

Install-Package Blazor-Auth0-ServerSide -Version 2.0.0-Preview3

Client Side

Install-Package Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide -Version 2.0.0-Preview3

Usage

Note: Following example is for a server-side with require authenticated user implementation, for client-side and core-hosted example implementations please refer to the examples

appsettings.json or Secrets file (recommended)

{
	"Auth0":{
		"Domain": "[Your_Auth0_Tenant_Domain]",
		"ClientId": "[Your_Auth0_Client/Application_Id]",
		"ClientSecret": "[Your_Auth0_Client/Application_Secret]",
		"Audience": "[Your_Auth0_Audience/API_Identifier]"
	}
}

Startup.cs

// Import Blazor.Auth0
using Blazor.Auth0;
using Blazor.Auth0.Models;
// ...

public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
{
	// Other code...

	/// This one-liner will initialize Blazor.Auth0 with all the defaults
	services.AddDefaultBlazorAuth0Authentication(Configuration.GetSection("Auth0").Get<ClientOptions>());	

	// Other code...
}

 public void Configure(IApplicationBuilder app, IWebHostEnvironment env)
 {
    // Otrher code...

	app.UseHttpsRedirection();
	app.UseStaticFiles();
     
	// Add Blazor.Auth0 middleware     
	app.UseBlazorAuth0();

	// Other code...
 }

Replace App.razor content with the following code

App.razor

<Router AppAssembly="@typeof(Program).Assembly">
    <Found Context="routeData">
        <AuthorizeRouteView RouteData="@routeData" DefaultLayout="@typeof(MainLayout)">
            <Authorizing>
                <p>>Determining session state, please wait...</p>
            </Authorizing>
            <NotAuthorized>
                <h1>Sorry</h1>
                <p>You're not authorized to reach this page. You may need to log in as a different user.</p>
            </NotAuthorized>
        </AuthorizeRouteView>
    </Found>
    <NotFound>        
        <p>Sorry, there's nothing at this address.</p>        
    </NotFound>
</Router>

Support

If you found a bug, have a consultation or a feature request please feel free to open an issue.

When opening issues please take in account to:

  • Avoid duplication: Please search for similar issues before.
  • Be specific: Please don't put several problems/ideas in the same issue.
  • Use short descriptive titles: You'll have the description box to explain yourself.
  • Include images whenever possible: A picture is worth a thousand words.
  • Include reproduction steps for bugs: Will be appreciated

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

  1. Fork it (https://github.com/henalbrod/Blazor.Auth0/fork)
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b feature/fooBar)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some fooBar')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin feature/fooBar)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Authors

Henry Alberto Rodriguez - Initial work - GitHub - Twitter - Linkedin

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.

Acknowledgments

Release History

v2.0.0-Preview3

  • Upgraded to .Net core 3.1.0-preview2

v2.0.0-Preview2

This relase comes with Client Side changes primarly

  • New LoginMode parameter in ClientOptions

    Redirect = Classic behavior (default) PopUp = Loads Universal Login inside a popup window

    The new PopUp behavior comes in handy to avoid the full client side app reloading

  • New AuthorizePopup method in Blazor.Auth0.Authentication for client side

v2.0.0-Preview1

BREAKING CHANGES:

  • Upgraded to .Net Core 3.1.0-preview1
  • Server side projects upgraded to netcoreapp3.1
  • Auth0 permissions are now accesible as an any other array claim:
policy.RequireClaim("permissions", "permission_name")

v1.0.0-Preview3

  • Overall upgrade to .Net Core 3.0

v1.0.0-Preview2

  • Overall upgrade to .Net Core 3.0 RC1
  • Removed Shell.razor in Example projects
  • Simplified App.razor in Example projects
  • Removed local _imports.razor in Example projects

v0.1.0.0-Preview1

  • Upgraded to .Net Core 3.0.0-preview8
  • Removed AuthComponent
  • New One-Liner instantiation
  • Server Side full rewrite
    • Better server-side Blazor Authentication compatibility/integration
    • Cookie-based session (No more silent login iframe in server-side)
    • Refresh token support (Refreshing and Revoking)
    • Client secret
    • Server-side sliding expiration
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