I'm currently getting everything ready to implement a little website so i can test a php framework. In this website i'm planning on using a very simple database with information about events. On this website i also want to have a simple backoffice where i can approve, add and remove events.
So far, so good...
My question is, what do you guys think is the best way to implement the authentication for this backoffice? I only need admin authentication, i thought about adding a single table on my db that would only have the information about the admin, so i can use that info to authenticate.
Are there other ways to do it that i'm currently not seeing???
thanks in advance,
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