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Record User Activity To The Database

Activity feeds are a really cool feature you see in a lot of different websites. The idea is there is a timeline so to speak of things a user has done in the application, and then that user or other users can look at the historical record of various actions taken. In this little forum application, we can set up a new activity when a user creates a new thread.… The post Record User Activity To The Database appeared first on Vegibit.
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