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PHP Tutorials — Database Interactions

PHP » Database Interactions — over 7 years ago
Tutorial on how to install and use Memcached in PHP featuring implementation and usage.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
A week ago I looked at how to escape a string for use with a SQL query using the PHP PEAR DB escapeSimple function. This is useful for embedding a variable directly into a SQL query string but it can be a lot easier to use bound placeholders instead and let PEAR DB do all the escaping.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
A few months ago, you learned how to create an in-place editing system. Today, we'll take things a step further as we create a simple backend, which will allow our website to remember the changes that we've made.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
Create your own Blogging System (a simplified version of Wordpress) using PHP and MySQL. Learn how to sanitize your entries using mysql_real_escape_string function and learn how to add the blog posts to your database.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
Tutorial about creating a simple but secured login system. Uses database interactions in combination with a few loops and sessions to store user login into.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
In this tutorial we are making an Advanced Event Timeline with the help of PHP, MySQL, CSS & jQuery, that will display a pretty time line with clickable events.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
Explaining how to and creating a register system working based on database (interaction).
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 8 years ago
A tutorial on using bit.ly API and implementing it into your website. Also, a tutorial that explains how to add that shortened link into your MySQL database so that it works.
PHP » Database Interactions — about 8 years ago
One of the best ways to speed up your web application is to enable query caching in your database, which caches commonly used SQL queries in memory for virtually instant access by the next page that makes the same request. The reason this method is so powerful is that you don’t have to make any changes to your web application, you just have to sacrifice a little bit of memory. This isn’t going to fix all of your problems, but it definitely can’t hurt.
PHP » Database Interactions — about 8 years ago
This tutorial will cover the basics of joining tables in mysql
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