How to Implement an ASP.NET Password Entry with a Strength bar

ASP.NET Team Blog
02 December 2010

Check out this slick login that has capability to show your users the strength of their passwords:

ASPNET_Password_Strength_Sample

The “How to implement a password entry box with a strength bar” Code Central example gives you a full working project that you can download and run on your local Visual Studio installation.

Try the password entry box with strength sample. Then drop me a line below with your thoughts. Thanks!

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2 comment(s)
Daz
DAZ

Would be nicer using the AspxRating control (just to keep it DevEx related) :-)

2 December 2010
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Hi Darren,

Yes, you can certainly use the ASPxRatingControl. However, in this example, we wanted a very simple bar style colored animation which this sample displays.

Thanks.

2 December 2010

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