MVC Tech Blog

By Joshua Holden

When creating a new Blazor server side app with individual user acounts, it's common to want to add additional properties and link tables to the user logged in such as user profile information, If you have never done this before it's not obvious since Blazor hides away a lot of the internals of the authorisation and injects the views at runtime for registration etc.

This post explains how to set up individual user authentication and add additional properties linked to the the ASPNetUsers table

If you want to use the latest version of Visual Studio to play around or work with MonoGame currently this is not as simple as just running the MonoGame installer as on the current version of MonoGame (3.7.1) only Visual Studio 2017 and lower work out of the box. Thankfully the solution is simple by and can be achieved by following this quick guide.