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Thread: Aquarium Management software
05-25-2012, 03:33 PM #31
Originally Posted by wijnands
a) I don't want to store passwords and have another reason for hackers to target me, so instead use the oAuth protocol to manage all authentication for me instead. You sign in to (eg) google, google then tells my site you're who you say you are, and redirects you to aquarium manager, with your username which is then linked to an account and you can load up your tanks.
b) I personally don't like remembering yet another username/password combo, and suspect many other's don't either.
That said, if you feel uncomfortable about doing this then that is OK too, I'm not here to compel you to use the application. You could always create a "throwaway" yahoo or AOL account as an alternative to using your google or facebook logins if you prefer.
Hope that helps :)
05-25-2012, 03:40 PM #32
0Originally Posted by metal-otaku
a) log in
b) click on "My Aquariums"
c) scroll to the bottom, there's a green button that says "Add Aquarium"
Once you have created the basics of the aquarium, it will be listed in the "My Aquariums" page. From there you can go in and add fish, equipment, water tests etc.
Hope that helps!
05-25-2012, 08:46 PM #33
0Originally Posted by alexinoz3 potted plants and 6 strings of plastic do not make a planted tank!
05-26-2012, 12:07 AM #34
0Originally Posted by wijnands
06-21-2012, 01:26 PM #35