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The Bakery:
ToniAcl Component Tutorial
August 02, 2007 @ 10:25:00

On The Bakery today, there's a new tutorial covering the use of the ToniAcl component to handle authentication in your CakePHP website.

This component follows the traditional way of acl only slightly modifying it. In example there's an inheritance feature, which will help tremendously the access controlling because you don't have to specify every action in aros_acos-table.

The tutorial includes all of the code you'll need - the component class for ToniAcl, the controller class to put it to use and database structure to handle the user information storage.

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