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Why Learn MySQL By: Levi Reiss
MySQL is the most widely used database management language. With MySQL even inexperienced programmers can create and modify databases consisting of multiple tables. ...
Synchronize PHP and MySQL Timezones By: Denis Richard
PHP and MySQL have default time zone configurations, as these are separate processes. There is no problem if a single web application is applied to the server. In that case, PHP or MySQL will take-up server time-settings and PHP developers can work with ease. ...
MySQL - The Benefits of It By: Reetaa Ray
The reasons why MySQL is popular, lies in the following benefits of it. It is renowned for its performance, ease of use and reliability. Most popular huge and high-profile world wide web products like Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, etc. use this database management tool. ...
MySQL Database Repair By: Bipsa Rawat
MySQL is the most widely used RDBMS in lieu of its low cost & important features which include support for number of platforms, creation and modification of tables, and their efficient management. ...
Import Excel Data Into MySQL Using phpMyAdmin By: David Panfili
So you have a bunch of data in Excel that you want to create a database from. But how do you import the Excel data in MySQL? With phpMyAdmin, the process is painless and easy. This tutorial will explain this process step by step. ...
MySQL and LAMP Software By: Levi Reiss
You don't have to be a seasoned programmer to use MySQL on its own or as part of dynamic web sites for a very wide variety of database applications. This article introduces MySQL and the other LAMP components. First we will briefly present the history of MySQL. ...
The Safe Way to Recover MySQL Database By: Mark Willium
MySQL is a relational database application, which is widely used for many web based projects. Like any other database application, MySQL also stores various important data. ...
Storing Images and Other Files In MySQL BLOB Fields By: Matt J Watson
Occasionally, there'll be an instance where images and other files would be better stored within a database record instead of somewhere on the server. ...
The Importance Of MySQL Database Migration By: Wolfgang Schmuck
Strangely, while many people can ill afford to lose their data on their computers, many people do not take the time to do any backup of this data. ...
Optimizing MySQL Database Through Performance Analysis By: Michael Dorf
Is investing time in optimizing your MySQL database worth the performance benefits that you gain as a result? The answer is an unequivocal "yes"! Many Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP (LAMP) developers struggle with the question of how to optimize their MySQL queries to improve database efficiency. ...
What Is MySQL? By: Ian Logsdon
The internet of today is cluttered with myriad ways to create and manage a website. With sites becoming larger and more complicated, it became necessary to move beyond simple html and into more complicated languages for creating attractive and functional websites. ...
Essential Security Tips For PHP MySQL Development By: Abhimanyu Sharma
Having a secure website is of prime importance especially when you are dealing with some important data and information that you would not want to share with each and everyone that visits your site. ...
Index File Corruption in MySQL 5.1 and Possible Ways to Perform MySQL Database Recovery By: Mark Willium
MySQL databases use 'MyISAM' as their default storage engine. This engine originated form the older ISAM engine. For each MyISAM table, there exist three files on your system disk. ...
Advantages and Disadvantages to Using MySQL Vs MS SQL By: Adam Hobach
Two of the most popular database systems used by web developers today are MySQL and Microsoft's MS SQL server. Both are similar in regards to being storage and retrieval systems. ...
A Comparison Between Postgre SQL and MySQL By: Puripong Koomsin
Difference between Postgre SQL and MySQL is another hot issue Since both of the platforms are used widely by various programmers on the basis of choice and personal preference yet they can be compared on a number of factors based upon the usage by ...
MySQL and MsSQL By: Puripong Koomsin
When people try to find suitable solutions to data management, they would usually find information about MySQL and MsSQL on the Internet Of course, many people would find that the information provided by web surfers would be similar and it seems ...

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