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Database for login/register

Discussion in 'Online Game Development' started by Lukac97, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. Lukac97

    Lukac97 Club Swinger New Ogre

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    What is the best programming language I can use to make login/register system?
     
  2. shugo

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    if webbased

    PHP with SQL
     
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    Yes, PHP is hard to beat:).
     
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    PHP, MYSQL and JavaScript :D
     
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    php and javascript alone will not be enough.

    with registration you have to store. You can't do that with php and javascript alone. You need SQL for that. Javascript is good for pre-submit verification though.
     
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    Agreed with shugo. Some type of persisten storage is required such as an MySQL or MSSQL database.

    MySQL recommended for PHP. It's quite easy to make a registration and login system with PHP $_SESSION variable. Google these stuff.
     
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    Personally, I would recommend MongoDB, NodeJS, and Redis for backend development, particularly if you're working with ReactJS/React Native/VueJS/AngularJS on the frontend, but SQL and PHP would be nice to have in your toolkit, especially on your CV. Only reason why I recommend those languages is because there's a growing demand for them in the job market and you'll have a harder time finding a job or career requiring PHP and MySQL. And PHP and MySQL probably would have been sufficient in 2014, but it's 2020 now and the web is evolving, so it's better to keep up with new languages and new technology.

    But also, it depends on what you're making a login/registration system for, like what frontend development are you working with? If it's C#, you might want to consider ASP.NET and SQL Server. I think whatever frontend you're working with will determine what backend will best suit a database for login/registration, and you'd be better off looking through a search query or reading up on StackExchange or StackOverflow to gather that information.
     

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