Joomla Users Table

Anyone try using Dreamfactory in conjunction with a Joomla or Wordpress MySQL database? More specifically, using the Joomla User table instead of the native Dreamfactory one? I know this topic has sort of been brought up before, but I’d be interested to hear if anyone did this with Joomla or Wordpress specifically.

Thinking about giving that a whirl instead of hacking around and using triggers/etc when a user updates passwords and the like.

I not made with any of the two, but did something like that, and in my case, the best option was to create event scripts in the user’s route to synchronize DreamFactory user data to my Ruby on Rails application.

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