Many contemporary content management systems such as WordPress and TYPO3 can be used to design and program web stores with the help of plugins. But depending on the CMS, plugins can be pretty inconvenient to manage, making them a poor choice for larger projects. Some content management systems like Magento, however, are specially tailored for e-commerce, and therefore present a considerably more...
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.
Learn how to optimize MySQL/MariaDB performance in order to improve database response time and minimize server overhead.
Learn basic MySQL/MariaDB disaster recovery and preparedness: How to import databases from an exported MySQL dump file.
Learn basic MySQL/MariaDB disaster recovery and preparedness: How to reset the root MySQL/MariaDB password.
The UK-based CMS ocPortal has undergone a rebrand: presenting Composr 10. Following in the footsteps of ocPortal 9, this CMS offers an all-in-one solution for web presences, with no need for extensions or templates. But who is Composr 10 suited to? And how does it compare to the CMS market leaders?
“Data is the new oil!”. So when it comes to online businesses, loss of data means loss of capital. Important and sensitive data should be backed up at regular intervals. Thanks to free programs such as MySQLDumper you can create MySQL database backups in minutes! Once installed, you can use the software to automatize and administer backups.
Learn how to get started with the popular relational database MySQL/MariaDB. This quick start guide will cover the installation of both, and an introduction to basic MySQL/MariaDB commands.
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.
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.