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Databases

  • AngularJS
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using AngularJS and Firebase: Part 4Angular js firebase
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    In the previous tutorial, we implemented the sign-up functionality and also saw how to use AngularJS services to share data between controllers. In this part of the tutorial series, we'll be creating an interface for the logged in user to create a blog post.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using AngularJS and Firebase: Part 2Angular js firebase
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    In the first part of this series, we saw how to get started with creating an application using AngularJS and Firebase. We created our Sign In page and implemented the sign in functionality with Firebase as the back end. In this tutorial, we'll take it to the next level by creating and setting up the sign up page and seeing how to do form validations in AngularJS. Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    An Introduction to Xamarin.Forms and SQLitePreview image@2x
    135 shares
    At some point in your mobile development career, you are going to need to deal with data. Dealing with data means more than processing and displaying information to the end user. You are going to need to store this information somewhere and be able to get at it easily. Thanks to Xamarin and open source software, you can easily store your data with an industry tested platform, SQLite.Read More…
  • Ruby
    New Course: MongoDB and RubyMongoruby
    213 shares
    MongoDB is a different kind of database. If you feel you have trouble maintaining your data because it's either too big or too slow or too expensive, then perhaps you should consider taking MongoDB for a spin. In this course you'll learn the basics of using MongoDB in a Ruby scenario. You'll build a small Sinatra application so you can understand the fundamentals of using this database system in a Ruby environment.Read More…
  • PHP
    Building Your Startup With PHP: Feature Requirements and Database DesignPreview
    695 shares
    Scope out your application features and design a database schema to support it. Use Yii scaffolding to build out most of your CRUD code.Read More…
  • CMS
    Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin with WordPressPhp my admin
    347 shares
    PHPMyAdmin is a free, web-based database client that can simplify your WordPress administration. In this tutorial you'll learn why you might want to use it, and how to install it and secure it.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using AngularJS and FirebaseAngular js firebase
    1200 shares
    In this series, we'll be using AngularJS and Firebase to create a simple web application from scratch. It will be a simple blogging application where the user can sign in or sign up and publish a blog post.Read More…
  • PHP
    New Course: Building Multitenant Apps in LaravelLaravel4multi
    104 shares
    Multitenant apps are all over the web, but tackling your first one can be challenging. Our new course walks you through developing a multitenant application in Laravel 4.2, covering both single-database and multi-database tenancy styles. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with The WordPress Options TableWordpress
    258 shares
    In the earlier parts of this series, we looked at the tables in the WordPress database and the relationships between them. In this part I'll cover a table which is different from the others - the wp_options table.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Taxonomies and Terms in WordPressWordpress
    297 shares
    Taxonomies are what takes WordPress beyond a simple blogging platform and into the realms of a CMS. But how are they stored in the database?Read More…
  • Databases
    Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin for Web DevelopmentPhp my admin
    228 shares
    The free, web-based database client can simplify web development, testing and site management.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Metadata in WordPressWordpress
    210 shares
    So far in this series, we've looked at the main content types in WordPress. But what about the additional data about all that content? That's where metadata comes in.Read More…
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