XAF - User Authentication and Group Authorization API in ASP.NET WebForms Apps (powered by XPO)

XAF Team Blog
09 October 2019

I realize you are all busy, but if you have a moment, I’d love your feedback on our new ASP.NET WebForms CRUD demo and its step-by-step tutorial. The new demo helps demonstrate use of XAF's Security System APIs for the WebForms platform.

With our last GitHub repository update, we also completed Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD) functionality for the ASP.NET OData service used by DevExtreme clients (previously only 'read' operations were implemented).



Ready-To-Use Login, List and Detail Forms for Your Next WinForms, DevExtreme and ASP.NET Apps

Even if you do not plan to use XAF and XPO in your apps, you can save time if you copy and modify these free form templates. They are now High DPI-ready, use SVG images and now ship with a more polished UI/UX. 

If you are interested in XAF's cross-platform Security System APIs, please answer 3 short survey questions.

What's Next

We are now preparing .NET Core 3 versions of WinForms, Console and DevExtreme/OData examples. Please let us know which example you'd like to see next: ASP.NET MVC Core, Xamarin, WPF, or Blazor. 
Alain Bismark
Alain Bismark
Blazor, please!
9 October, 2019
Peter CaoZheng
Peter CaoZheng
Blazor+1
9 October, 2019
Dario D.
Dario D.
Blazor +1000
10 October, 2019
INFO CL
INFO CL
Blazor in XAF please.
10 October, 2019
Thomas Vetterling
Thomas Vetterling
I want to see a Blazor Example too
10 October, 2019
Bert Stomphorst
Bert Stomphorst
Blazor!
10 October, 2019
Santiago Lajara
Santiago Lajara
Blazor+1
10 October, 2019
Eric Upton 1
Eric Upton 1

I like the OData service example. That's very helpful.

Next I'd like to see Xamarin then Blazor

10 October, 2019
Paolo KALC
Paolo KALC
Blazor in XAF
10 October, 2019
Arjan van Dijk
Arjan van Dijk
Blazer pls
10 October, 2019
Claudio Piffer 1
Claudio Piffer 1
Blazor ;-)
11 October, 2019
Dennis (DevExpress)
Dennis (DevExpress)
Wow - many XAFers here:-). We appreciate your interest in this regard!

Are you already developing production apps with Blazor (Server and WebAssembly apps)?

How are the basic CRUD scenarios we demonstrated in other examples helpful for you? Which additional scenarios do you, guys, want to get covered (application, authentication type, data model and permission configurations)?

How does the Blazor authentication and authorization based on the standard ASP.NET Core security meet your needs in case you evaluated it for the same tasks?
11 October, 2019
he dandan
he dandan

Blazor +1

Can you tell XAF Blazor what is going on?
I am looking forward to XAF Blazor.

11 October, 2019
Flavio71
Flavio71

Good morning!

ASP.NET MVC Core and WPF.

Thank you! 

14 October, 2019
Dennis (DevExpress)
Dennis (DevExpress)
@he dandan: We are making the first public XAF demo using Blazor Server Side. Once it's ready, we will post an update in our team blog. Stay tuned!

@Flavio71: Thank you for your interest. Are you OK with the basic CRUD functionality and simple login form? If not, please describe your requirements in greater detail. Thanks.
15 October, 2019
Gosha
Gosha

Dennis,

any TBD for Blazor XAF? Alpha version?


Igor

15 October, 2019
Dennis (DevExpress)
Dennis (DevExpress)

@Gosha: We hope to show the first basic XAF Blazor (Server Side) demo before the end of this year for simple CRUD scenarios only - just to illustrate how it works and feels in general. Example:



For more information, please follow our team blog: https://community.devexpress.com/blogs/xaf/default.aspx.
You will certainly see more updates from us in 2020.

30 October, 2019
Dennis (DevExpress)
Dennis (DevExpress)
@Flavio71: Please check out our ASP.NET Core MVC tutorial at https://www.devexpress.com/go/XAF_Security_NonXAF_Series_5_MVC_Core.aspx.
12 November, 2019

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