MySQL

MariaDB vs. MySQL
MariaDB vs. MySQL
  • Technical matters

MySQL is the most used database management system in the world. This open source software has been available for productive use since 1995 and is generally considered a standard solution for users of relational databases. This could change in the near future. MariaDB, a community-developed fork of MySQL is catching up on its predecessor and is consequently becoming an increasingly attractive...

MariaDB vs. MySQL
Joomla: the basics about this open source CMS
Joomla – the open source CMS in profile
  • CMS

Over the past few years, Joomla has established itself as one of the most popular content management systems. This is thanks to its extensive basic functions and large number of extensions developed by the Joomla community. Its functions and design modifications give Joomla projects the crucial final flourishes and even enable you to run an online shop on this open source CMS.

Joomla – the open source CMS in profile
Install MySQL-MariaDB
Install and Use MySQL/MariaDB
  • Technical matters

MySQL/MariaDB is one of the most popular relational databases. Under Linux, it is easy to install and manage via the terminal. Find out how to install Mysql with this article’s step by step instructions. We will also show you the basic commands so that you can create your first custom database. What are you waiting for?

Install and Use MySQL/MariaDB
Open source databases comparison
5 open source databases in comparison
  • Technical matters

Open source databases are a much cheaper and often very reliable alternative to the well-known commercial providers. Even large corporations therefore now rely on these free options. But which system is suitable for which purpose? How do open source databases perform in terms of handling large amounts of data? We created a comparison of popular databases.

5 open source databases in comparison
MySQL/MariaDB database import
Import a MySQL/MariaDB Database
  • Technical matters

Learn basic MySQL/MariaDB disaster recovery and preparedness: How to import databases from an exported MySQL dump file.

Import a MySQL/MariaDB Database
Reset MySQL MariaDB root password
How to Reset the MySQL/MariaDB Root Password
  • Technical matters

Learn basic MySQL/MariaDB disaster recovery and preparedness: How to reset the root MySQL/MariaDB password.

How to Reset the MySQL/MariaDB Root Password
Connect to a MySQL-MariaDB Database with PHP on a Linux Cloud Server
Connect to a MySQL/MariaDB Database with PHP on a Cloud Server Running Linux
  • Know-how

Learn how to connect to a MySQL/MariaDB database using PHP on a Cloud Server running Linux. This tutorial will cover connecting to a database on the same server as the PHP application, as well as how to connect to a database on a different Cloud Server.

Connect to a MySQL/MariaDB Database with PHP on a Cloud Server Running Linux
Use PHP to Insert Information Into a MySQL/MariaDB Database From an HTML Form
Use PHP to Insert Information Into a MySQL/MariaDB Database From an HTML Form
  • Web development

A PHP script is a convenient way to accept information submitted from a website's HTML form and insert it into a MySQL/MariaDB database. This tutorial will cover how to create a basic PHP script for inserting data, and an HTML form to take user input from a webpage and pass it to the PHP script.

Use PHP to Insert Information Into a MySQL/MariaDB Database From an HTML Form
Use MySQL With Ruby on Rails
How to use MySQL With Your Ruby on Rails Application
  • Know-how

Ruby on Rails uses SQLite as its database by default, but it also supports the use of MySQL. SQLite is an excellent alternative to a traditional database like MySQL, but it has some limitations, particularly with regards to concurrency and scaling to a high load, which may make MySQL a better choice for your project.

How to use MySQL With Your Ruby on Rails Application
Use PostgreSQL with Ruby on Rails on Ubuntu
How to Use PostgreSQL with Your Ruby on Rails Application on Ubuntu 16.04
  • Know-how

Learn how to use PostgreSQL with your Ruby on Rails application, instead of the default SQLite database. SQLite is an easy-to-configure, lightweight product which ships with Ruby on Rails by default. However, PostgreSQL is a more robust solution which provides more advanced features, scaling, and stability, which may make it more suitable for your Ruby on Rails project.

How to Use PostgreSQL with Your Ruby on Rails Application on Ubuntu 16.04