Probably 99% of web applications have a login module and a database with the table of registered users. I think this is the very bare minimum of any web app.
I was wondering if there is a sort framework, or a piece of ready to use code, to set this up.
Let's say you want to launch your new web app asap, and obviously, you would need at some point users to register and login.
I bet you would probably build the frontend of your website/app with some Bootstrap theme. In the same way, what would you use for the backend, based on PHP?
I understand the question could sound kind of generic. What I'm trying to do is to get some advice to build the backend. I'm simply trying to avoid building a backend from scratch, to discover later that there was some Framework XYZ that almost everyone is using to build the bare minimum of a web app (login + table of registered users).
I know there are popular frameworks like Laravel, Symfony, etc., but is each developer building the "login + registered users" part of the web app on these frameworks by writing his own code and reinventing the wheel each time? Or is there a ready to use piece of code to accomplish this task?