Hey there. I am starting a new development and am still a newbie in rails, so i'd like to ask witch authentication plugin do you sugest? Regards, Ricardo
on 2009-03-20 04:37
on 2009-03-20 08:55
http://github.com/technoweenie/restful-authenticat... On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 2:03 AM, ricardonns <email@example.com> wrote: > -- Kaspars Bankovskis
on 2009-03-20 09:01
Restful Authentication and I think there is some movement behind Authlogic as well. Someone please correct me if I have that wrong. However, I think there is some merit in actually sitting down and rolling your own as well. If anything, it allows you to learn a little bit more about Rails and how authentication works as well. A win-win in my estimation.
on 2009-03-20 12:21
Bob M. wrote: > Restful Authentication and I think there is some movement behind > Authlogic as well. Someone please correct me if I have that wrong. > > However, I think there is some merit in actually sitting down and > rolling your own as well. If anything, it allows you to learn a little > bit more about Rails and how authentication works as well. A win-win > in my estimation. What's cool is that restful_auth is getting back in business after having been idle for a long time. I'm not sure you'll learn much about Rails and Ruby by coding your own authentication system, and it won't have 10% of the features offered by restful_auth. By the way looking at plugins code is also a good way of learning ruby idioms and stuff about Rails.
on 2009-03-20 12:35
Here I was found detail tutorial for autenthication (restful_authentication): http://railsforum.com/viewtopic.php?id=14216
on 2009-03-20 12:38
having used both, i suggest authlogic. It has been easier for me to put in (and take out) than rest_auth, which is quite a big plugin and fills your user class. then again, im sure both have their pros and cons
on 2009-03-20 15:12
On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 7:03 PM, ricardonns <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Hey there. > > I am starting a new development and am still a newbie in rails, so i'd > like to ask witch authentication plugin do you sugest? > > Regards, > Ricardo > I use authlogic because I found it a bit easier for me to understand and control. There are on the whole fewer modifications to the class or classes of log-in users than restful_auth provides. Cheers-- Charles
on 2009-03-20 15:33
Definitely recommend Authlogic. Restful_auth is a generator...and those just aren't cool anymore.
on 2009-03-20 16:29
I've already took a look into authlogic. Seeming pretty cool so far... Gonna check it better and test it. Restful Authentication i've lost myself in the middle of it. Seems more complete, but also more complicated, and for what i need authlogic should work just fine. Thanks to all.
on 2009-03-20 16:46
Yeap. I've migrated to authlogic. You should also try clearance, http://github.com/thoughtbot/clearance/tree/master On Mar 20, 4:33 pm, Lee S. <email@example.com>
on 2009-03-20 20:31
I too have had better luck with AuthLogic. For me I think it was not so much a matter of the plugin itself, but I found the AuthLogic documentation, tutorials, and examples to be easier to follow. YMMV. -Chris W.
on 2009-03-22 00:33
I rolled my own simple but secure authentication system with less than 100 lines of code, with a few parts loosely based on restful authentication. I was frustrated with all the current solutions, until I took a look at AuthLogic. I think I'll be using that in my next project. One question though, which authorization plugins/gems would be a good compliment to AuthLogic and which authorization system is the best right now anyways?