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The Bakery:
Basic User Authentication in (CakePHP) 1.2.x
January 15, 2007 @ 10:27:00

The Bakery has created a guide for CakePHP framework users to follow to set up a basic user authentication system in their application.

There has been a lot of questions about user authentication lately so I thought it was appropriate to create a tutorial that covered the very basics. In this tutorial we'll cover all aspects of MVC in an authentication role, logging a user in, maintaining a session, and restricting unauthorized access to controller actions.

The tutorial provides the different parts you'll need - the database requests, the model, controller, and view where you can just cut and paste. The wrap it up with a bit of explanation of how the parts fit together and a sample view of a login form to interface with their backend.

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