The healthcare industry is no stranger to complex data management challenges, especially when it comes to securing sensitive information. As technology continues to evolve, healthcare professionals are increasingly turning to modern frameworks like Blazor to streamline operations and improve patient outcomes. However, as with any new technology, there are challenges to overcome. One of the biggest hurdles is implementing delegated OAuth flow, a security measure that allows users to authenticate with delegated permissions. In this blog post, we'll explore step-by-step how Visual Studio and MSAL tools can accelerate your time to value and abstract away many of the complexities in the OAuth delegated flow for Blazor.
Latest version of Visual Studio 2019 with the ASP.NET and web development workload
Azure Active Directory Tenant with access to:
Now that the Blazor Web Assembly project is provisioned, we will quickly test the authentication capabilities with the out-of-the-box seed application.
If you chose not to use the template-guided method of provisioning your Blazor application with MS identity, there are some steps you must take to ensure your application registration to function properly.
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