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Best method for dealing with user registration?

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Best method for dealing with user registration?

Postby MrMarkWint » Sat Aug 04, 2012 3:35 pm

Hi Guys/Girls,

I am wondering what your opinion is on the best (most efficient) way to process user registration/login. There are a few tutorials which I have found for using a PHP MySQL back-end and this seems to be all that is spoken about.

Is this the most effective way? Or is are there other methods such as Java/MySQL or ASP/SQL which could work?
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