Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide 0.5.1-alpha-2

This is a prerelease version of Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide.
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Install-Package Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide -Version 0.5.1-alpha-2
dotnet add package Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide --version 0.5.1-alpha-2
<PackageReference Include="Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide" Version="0.5.1-alpha-2" />
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paket add Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide --version 0.5.1-alpha-2
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Blazor Auth0 Library (client-side)

This is a library for Blazor authentication with OIDC Authorization Code-Grant and Implicit-Grant flows, using Auth0's Universal Login and Silent Login for Blazor v3.0.0-preview5+ client side solutions, the idea behind this is to have an easy way of using Auth0's services in Blazor without the need of the auth0.js library.

Start using it in 3 simple steps!

  1. Start by adding a reference to Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide.0.5.1-alpha-2 to your Blazor Client Side project

Install-Package Blazor-Auth0-ClientSide -Version 0.5.1-alpha-2

  1. In Startup.cs, register the service inside ConfigureServices method

public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
{

    //...
	
    services.AddScoped((sp) =>
    {
	return new Blazor.Auth0.Shared.Models.ClientSettings()
	{
		Auth0Domain = "[Auth0_Domain]",
		Auth0ClientId = "[Auth0_Client_Id]",
		//// Redirection to home can be forced uncommenting the following line this setting primes over Auth0RedirectUri
		// RedirectAlwaysToHome = true,
		//// Uncomment following line to force the user to be authenticated
		// LoginRequired = true
	};
    });
	
    services.AddScoped<Blazor.Auth0.ClientSide.Authentication.AuthenticationService>();
	
    //...

}

  1. Replace the content of MainLayout.razor with the following code

@using Blazor.Auth0.ClientSide.Components
@using Blazor.Auth0.ClientSide.Authentication
@using Blazor.Auth0.Shared.Models.Enumerations

@inherits LayoutComponentBase

@inject AuthenticationService _authService

<AuthComponent>

    @*Will render while determining user's session state*@
    <UndefinedSessionStateContent>
        Determining session state, please wait...
    </UndefinedSessionStateContent>

    @*Will render after determining session state*@
    <ActiveInactiveSessionStateContent>

        <div class="sidebar">
            <NavMenu />
        </div>

        <div class="main">
            <div class="top-row px-4">
                @if (_authService.SessionState == SessionStates.Active)
                {
                    <a href="" class="ml-md-auto" onclick="@_authService.LogOut">LogOut</a>
                }
                else
                {
                    <a href="" class="ml-md-auto" onclick="@_authService.Authorize">LogIn</a>
                }
            </div>
            <div class="content px-4">
                @Body
            </div>
        </div>

    </ActiveInactiveSessionStateContent>

    @*There's also options for showing content on Active & Inactive session states alone*@
    <ActiveSessionStateContent></ActiveSessionStateContent>
    <InactiveSessionStateContent></InactiveSessionStateContent>

</AuthComponent>

Other options include:

  • AuthenticationGrant: Allows you to choose between authorization_code (recommended) and implicit_grant authentication flows.

  • RedirectAlwaysToHome: When set to true, forces the redirect_uri param to be the home path, this value overrides Auth0RedirectUri

  • LoginRequired: When set to true, forces a redirection to the login page in case the user is not authenticated.

  • GetUserInfoFromIdToken: When set to true, the serivce will use the id_token payload to build the user info, this is good in case all the user info you require is present in the id_token payload and you want avoid doing an extra call to Auth0, in case that tere's no id_token present in the authentication response the service will fall back gracefully to try to get the user info from an API call to auth0, default value is false

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henalbrod/Blazor.Auth0
The library for using Auth0 in Blazor applications.
Version Downloads Last updated
2.0.0-Preview5 1,067 3/4/2020
2.0.0-Preview4 631 11/17/2019
2.0.0-Preview3 175 11/4/2019
2.0.0-Preview2 172 11/4/2019
2.0.0-Preview1 159 10/26/2019
1.0.0-Preview3 825 9/23/2019
1.0.0-Preview2 170 9/19/2019
1.0.0-Preview1 206 8/24/2019
0.7.2-beta.2 223 7/25/2019
0.7.0-beta.1 223 6/15/2019
0.6.0-beta-1 192 6/14/2019
0.5.1-alpha-2 227 6/12/2019
0.5.0-alpha-1 273 6/5/2019
0.4.0-alpha-2 298 5/8/2019
0.4.0-alpha-1 358 4/20/2019
0.3.0-alpha-3 293 4/20/2019

Fixed Bugs:
- Silent Login interval is too short [https://github.com/Pegazux/Blazor.Auth0/issues/5]
- Unnecesary StateHasChanged event fired on silent login [https://github.com/Pegazux/Blazor.Auth0/issues/6]