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In this concluding article, find out about how to use patUser toidentify users and groups by different criteria, track a user's clicks, maintain user statistics, and gracefully handle errors.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. User Authentication With patUser (part 3)
  2. Making Exceptions
  3. The History Channel
  4. Natural Selection
  5. No Distinguishing Marks
  6. Big Brother Is Watching
  7. Endgame
By: icarus, (c) Melonfire
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May 07, 2003

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And that's about it for this series. Over the last few pages, I spent lots of time and energy driving you through the landscape of the patUser library. I explained the important utility functions in the library, discussing error handling, history tracking, user identification and statistics generation within the context of not-so-real-life illustrative examples.

You should now (hopefully!) know enough about patUser to begin using it in your daily development activities. The authors have spent a fair amount of time thinking about the most common requirements of a user management library, and the end result of their efforts is a class that's both sophisticated and flexible enough to be used for a wide variety of purposes. I strongly encourage you to exploit this power for your own projects - I can tell you from experience that it will substantially reduce the amount of timeyou spend bulding user management modules for your Web applications.

In case you'd like to learn more about patUser and other, related projects, you should consider visiting the following links:

The official pat Web site, at http://www.php-tools.de/

patUser documentation, at http://www.php-tools.de/site.php?&file=patUserDocumentation.xml

A discussion of building template-based Web sites with patTemplate, at Template-Based Web Development With patTemplate

Note: Examples are illustrative only, and are not meant for a production environment. Melonfire provides no warranties or support for the source code described in this article. YMMV!

 
 
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