Brutally Roll Your Own Backend – Part 19

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Brutally Roll Your Own is a video series on building a PUSH enabled mobile application from scratch, using a Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) server for the back end, and Delphi for the mobile app. In Part-19 we make a start on the code behind user sign-up and sign-in operations.

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2 Responses

  1. IanK says:

    Hi Craig

    Just FYI, TIdHash class has a HashStringAsHex() function. It is immediately below TIdHash.HashString in the IdHash unit. Would have saved converting the TIdBytes 🙂

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