MongoDB data store adaptor for ASP.NET Core Identity, which allows you to build ASP.NET Core web applications, including membership, login, and user data. With this library, you can store your user's membership related data on MongoDB.
Using the Library
You can find some samples under ./samples folder and each of the sample contain a README file on its own with the instructions showing how to run them.
In order to be able to run the tests, you need to have MongoDB up and running on
localhost:27017. You can easily do this by running the below Docker command:
docker run --name some-mongo -d -p "27017:27017" mongo:3
After that, you can run the tests through your prefered test runner (e.g. JetBrains Rider test runner) or by invoking the
dotnet test command under the test project directory.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2016 Tugberk Ugurlu
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