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Pylons & MongoDB: User Registration & Login

For Pylons users:

About a year ago, Chris Moos came up with a nice tutorial on how to integrate Pylons with CouchDB.  Well, times have changed: Pylons is now 1.0 (thus, syntactical differences), and I’m into MongoDB for my datastore. This document is revised/edited/rewritten/and updated for MongoDB.

Django users seem to be a bit more active in the NoSQL space though.

Original title and link: Pylons & MongoDB: User Registration & Login (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://devinfee.com/blog/2010/11/04/pylons-mongodb-user-registration-login/