In the first part of this series, we’ve went over building an Identity Server which will facilitate the security of the API we are building together during this article.
Most modern web applications are backed by a web API (Application Programming Interface) which interacts with one or multiple databases. Of course, you don’t want anyone to call your API, that’s why you need to built a way to restrict or allow access to your endpoints. In the first part of this series, we’ve went over building an Identity Server which will facilitate the security of the API we are building together during this article.
As a first step, let’s open up the “dotnet-api-with-identity-server” solution and create a new .NET Core API project name “my-fancy-api”. If you are new to this series, you’ll find the solution referenced above at the following link: https://github.com/ionepaul/dotnet-api-with-identity-server
We have our new API now, but we need some NuGet packages to help us around with the IdentityServer token validation and with the swagger interface. Open NuGet package manager and install IdentityServer4.AccessTokenValidation (3.0.1) — facilitates the authentication handling and references tokens from IdentityServer4, Swashbuckle.AspNetCore (5.6.3), Swashbuckle.AspNetCore.Swagger (5.6.3) — the first one si mainly for documenting the .NET Core APIs, whereas the second one is a middleware to expose Swagger JSON endpoints from APIs, Microsoft.Extensions.Platform.Abstractions (1.1.0) — used for getting the application based path for reading the xml documentation file. NOTE_:_ The versions written above are the latest versions at the time of writing this article.
Let’s jump on writing some code now. We will start by registering the authentication and authorization in the API pipeline.
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