I want to develope a webapplication, where users can log in with username and password and use a google-maps application. users can have access to different locations and can read different values, depending on to which group they belong.
Which options and opportunities are there to realize such a log-in ?
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well, there are hundreads of different technologies to do this, but if you are serious about making some more advanced sites in the future I would recomend learning PHP and MySQL. You can use these two to create very complex sites.
you can use asp.net technology and sql server to make login page with much ease, if any more info u need regarding these than post me a reply
+1 for PHP and MySQL. Take a look at some PHP frameworks, if you plan to do some complex stuff (like this: http://cakephp.org/ )
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I had a look at TYPO3 and as i saw, it is based on php and MySQL. Do you think it would be a good idea to use TYPO3 to create my website? Do you think I can benefit from that once i figured out how to use it? Is it easy to set up with php and MySQL?
It is pretty easy, if you have some basic programming skills.
However, if you plan to use a CMS, I suggest to use one of the most widely used ones, such as Joomla or Drupal, you will find way more support from the community.
And, another thing: if you are going to use a CMS, you won't see any single line of PHP or MySql. They are meant to be a platform for who doesn't have a clue of what programming is. And for this reason they are not as flexible as a web programmer would expect. If you need more flexibility (such as: create a new php page, with some fancy stuff, connecting to a database, etc., then it's better to create your own website, and in this case a framework will help you a lot. Take a look at CakePHP or Symfony, or check this website when it will be available again: www.phpframeworks.com/top-10-php-frameworks/ )
you probably want to read the terms and agreement policy of google maps because I did some work with google a while back and If I remember correctly anything not directly acceptable to the general public is not allowed. so basically if you have to log in the see something that uses google maps that is violation of the terms and agreement policy.
rickydragon is correct. You can't use Goole Maps on a sight that restricts access. You'll probably be fine if the site makes the maps available to everyone, but has a user login system for user specific content to be added to the mash-ups. You'll have to check the legalities.
Google App Engine would be the easiest way to get an account system up and running, you can use Google Accounts out the box, but it is obviously a lock in to bigG.
I wouldn't recommend starting out with typo3. Go to hotscripts.com and simply download a login script, modify it, and voila.