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25 Nov 2013

Seeding ASP.NET Identity Database

In this post you will learn how to seed User’s Profile database tables (AspNetUsers and UserProfileInfoes, we created in last post) with dummy data.

24 Nov 2013

Customizing User's Profile to add new fields in brand new database table

In this post you will learn how to customize User’s Profile and add new fields/properties/columns (FirstName, LastName and EmailID) in a brand new table with ASP.NET Identity System.

23 Nov 2013

Customize User's Profile in ASP.NET Identity System

Note: You should read this post instead, I found below walkthrough will not work on ASP.NET Identity 2. I will re-work on this post soon.

In this post you will learn how to customize User’s Profile and add some more fields like FirstName, LastName, EmailID etc with ASP.NET Identity System. In my last post I listed some of the great new features introduced with Identity system.

19 Nov 2013

ASP.NET Identity System in Visual Studio 2013 - New Feature

In this post you will learn about a very new enhancement in ASP.NET Framework technologies (MVC, Web Forms, Web Pages, Web API and SignalR) known as ‘ASP.NET Identity System’ with the release of Visual Studio 2013. This enhancement well defines the meaning of ‘One ASP.NET’, because this can be used with all ASP.NET Framework technologies more easily than before.

17 Nov 2013

Visual Studio Online Monaco Code Editor Walk-through - Part 2

In the part 1 of this series you learned how to edit compiled websites using Visual Studio Online Monaco Editor. Now in this part you will learn how to edit source code of website. Read my previous post or at least first paragraph of that post.

16 Nov 2013

Visual Studio Online Monaco Code Editor Walk-through - Part 1

In this post series I will show you how we can take advantage of Visual Studio Online “Monaco” to edit codes (HTML, CSS, C#, JavaScript etc) in the browser out of the box.