Reviewing User Sign-In and Sign-Out2:19 with James Churchill
Let's walkthrough the changes that we made in this section.
Adding support for user sign in and 0:00 sign out brings us one step closer to fully implementing user authentication. 0:01 Let's walk through the changes that we just made. 0:07 Here's our solution in Visual Studio. 0:10 I'll press F5 to start debugging. 0:12 Now that we've restricted access to our default route, 0:16 which maps to the entry's list page, we're redirected to the Sign In page. 0:20 Let's test our client-side validation. 0:25 I won't provide any values, and I'll click the Sign In button. 0:28 And we see our required field validations for both the Email and Password fields. 0:31 Next, I'll provide a string that isn't a valid email address, and 0:37 I'll provide my password. 0:43 And click Sign in. 0:47 Now we're seeing that the Email field is not a valid e-mail address. 0:49 So let me fix that. 0:53 Now we're getting green check marks. 0:57 I'm gonna change my password to an invalid password. 0:59 Then I'll click Sign In. 1:04 And we get an error message back that lets us know 1:07 that it was an invalid login attempt. 1:10 This time, I'll provide my correct password and click Sign In. 1:14 Our login is successful this time, 1:21 and we're redirected back to the Entries list page. 1:23 Here's my username which is my email address displayed to the left of the menu. 1:27 Let's make sure that we can still get the Add Entry page. 1:33 Okay, that looks good. 1:37 And then, let's sign out. 1:40 And we're redirected back to the Sign In page. 1:44 Well actually, from the Sign Out action method, 1:47 we were redirected to the Entries list page first. 1:50 But since we were no longer authenticated, 1:53 we were then redirected to the Sign In page. 1:55 Next up, we'll fix our entry data so that it's segmented by user. 1:59 When we're done with that change, a user, 2:04 after they've signed in, will only see their own entries. 2:06 Then we'll see how we can protect the user's data to ensure 2:10 that another user can't access it or make changes to it. 2:13 See you after the break. 2:17
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