# Thursday, September 15, 2011
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I updated Adam Anderly’s SimpleMembershipMvc3.Sample application available as a nuget package and on GitHub.  The sample as is only hooks up the registration and login for the Account Controller. 

What I Added

  • Require Email Verification for sign up.
  • Resetting Password
  • Forgotten Password
  • In doing so I had to add the reset and forgotten models to the AccountModels class.  If you are interested in using this code please be aware of this and take the necessary steps to backup your AccountModels and/or merge the two.

    How to get it

    In talking to Adam he is likely going to create a new sample available via NuGet for those wanting this more complete solution.

    For now you can get it via my GitHub Fork of Adam’s work.  Hopefully soon, either Adam or myself will create a nuget package for it.

    Happy Coding!

    Monday, February 06, 2012 8:13:39 PM (US Mountain Standard Time, UTC-07:00)
    Hi Kevin,

    great work, thank you. Yesterday I realized about new developments for mvc4 and webpages version 2. As you can see on this link http://www.asp.net/web-pages/overview/what's-new/top-features-in-web-pages-2-developer-preview it seems to include an extensive social auth module. Do you know if its possible to include webmatrix.webdata - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/webmatrix.webdata(v=vs.99).aspx - to this solution in order to include these social auth modules to include facebook, twitter and windows live in a simple way?.

    this solution includes a different table scheme and includes OAuthMembership table with provideruserid, userid and provider as fields. do you believe that your solution + this table and webmatrix.webdata field and instructions will be enough?.
    thanks in advance, brgds
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