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7. Using the Identity API

Adam Freeman1  
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London, UK
 

As I explained in Chapter 6, there are limits to the customizations that can be made to the Identity UI package. Minor changes can be achieved using scaffolding, but if your application doesn’t fit into the self-service model that Identity UI expects, then you won’t be able to adapt its features to suit your project.

In this chapter—and for the rest of this part of the book—I describe the API that ASP.NET Core Identity provides, which can be used to create completely custom workflows. This is the same API that Identity UI uses, ...

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