Add Login to Your Blazor Server Application

Auth0 allows you to quickly add authentication and gain access to user profile information in your application. This guide demonstrates how to integrate Auth0 with any new or existing Blazor Server application using the Auth0.AspNetCore.Authentication SDK.


Configure Auth0

To use Auth0 services, you’ll need to have an application set up in the Auth0 Dashboard. The Auth0 application is where you will configure how you want authentication to work for the project you are developing.

Configure an application

Use the interactive selector to create a new Auth0 application or select an existing application that represents the project you want to integrate with. Every application in Auth0 is assigned an alphanumeric, unique client ID that your application code will use to call Auth0 APIs through the SDK.

Any settings you configure using this quickstart will automatically update for your Application in the Dashboard, which is where you can manage your Applications in the future.

If you would rather explore a complete configuration, you can view a sample application instead.

Configure Callback URLs

A callback URL is a URL in your application that you would like Auth0 to redirect users to after they have authenticated. If not set, users will not be returned to your application after they log in.

Configure Logout URLs

A logout URL is a URL in your application that you would like Auth0 to redirect users to after they have logged out. If not set, users will not be able to log out from your application and will receive an error.


Install and Configure the SDK

Install from Nuget

To integrate Auth0 with Blazor Server you can use our SDK by installing the Auth0.AspNetCore.Authentication Nuget package to your application.

Install-Package Auth0.AspNetCore.Authentication

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Configure the middleware

To enable authentication in your Blazor Server application, use the middleware provided by the SDK. Go to the Program.cs file and call builder.Services.AddAuth0WebAppAuthentication() to register the SDK's middleware.

Ensure to configure the Domain and ClientId, these are required fields to ensure the SDK knows which Auth0 tenant and application it should use.

Make sure you have enabled authentication and authorization in your Program.cs file.



To allow users to login to your Blazor Server application, add a LoginModel to your Pages directory.

Inside the LoginModel's OnGet method, call HttpContext.ChallengeAsync() and pass Auth0Constants.AuthenticationScheme as the authentication scheme. This will invoke the OIDC authentication handler that our SDK registers internally. Be sure to also specify the corresponding authenticationProperties, which you can construct using the LoginAuthenticationPropertiesBuilder.

After successfully calling HttpContext.ChallengeAsync(), the user will be redirected to Auth0 and signed in to both the OIDC middleware and the cookie middleware upon being redirected back to your application. This will allow the users to be authenticated on subsequent requests.


Now that you have configured Login, run your application to verify that:

  • Navigating to your Login page will redirect to Auth0
  • Entering your credentials will redirect you back to your application.

Display User Profile

After the middleware has successfully retrieved the tokens from Auth0, it will extract the user's information and claims from the ID Token and make them available through the AuthenticationState, which you can add as a CascadingParameter.

You can create a custom user profile page for displaying the user's name, as well as additional claims (such as email and picture), by retrieving the corresponding information from the AuthenticationState's User property and passing it to the view from inside Blazor code.


Now that you have set up to render the user's profile, run your application to verify that:

  • Navigating to the endpoint containing the profile after being successfully logged in shows the user's profile.


Logging out the user from your own application can be done by calling HttpContext.SignOutAsync with the CookieAuthenticationDefaults.AuthenticationScheme authentication scheme from inside a LogoutModel's OnGet method.

Additionally, if you also want to log the user out from Auth0 (this might also log them out of other applications that rely on Single Sign On), call HttpContext.SignOutAsync with the Auth0Constants.AuthenticationScheme authentication scheme as well as the appropriate authenticationProperties that can be constructed using the LogoutAuthenticationPropertiesBuilder.


Now that you have configured Logout, run your application to verify that:

  • Navigating to your Logout page will ensure the user is logged out.
  • When also logging out from Auth0, you should be redirected to Auth0 and instantly redirected back to your own application.

Next Steps

Excellent work! If you made it this far, you should now have login, logout, and user profile information running in your application.

This concludes our quickstart tutorial, but there is so much more to explore. To learn more about what you can do with Auth0, check out:

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