On Mar 11, 2:53 pm, Alejandro Gómez Fernández <agom...@xxxxxxxxx>
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> Depends on your requirements, you can do this simply with a cookie, or
> implement something more secure, using for example, a dyndns client,
> some data stored in your database, time to live stored in the cookie,
> some hash stored in the cookie and the database ... Posibly you need to
> check or force the connection by ssl. There are many posibilities ...
> Please, tell us what are you needed and we maybe can provide some ideas.
> Alejandro G mez.
> El 11/03/2011 16:13, DigitalDude escribi :
> > Hey,
> > I'm going to need a function called "Keep me logged in" in my app, and
> > I'm not sure how to do this. You've all probably seen such a feature,
> > I'm assuming it means that a cookie or sth else is stored on the
> > user's machine that will tell the browser or the cake app that a user
> > is still logged in with his/her data.
> > I know some users delete all cookies when they close their browsers
> > (as I do) and this feature will have no effect for them, but for all
> > other users I want this feature to work.
> > Does any one of you ever coded such a feature or has any idea where to
> > get information on this?
> > Regards,
> > DD
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