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Databases

  • Databases
    Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin for Web DevelopmentPhp my admin
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    The free, web-based database client can simplify web development, testing and site management.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Metadata in WordPressWordpress
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    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…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with User Data in WordPressWordpress
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    In an earlier tutorial in this series, we looked at the different content types in WordPress, of which user data is one. Here, I'll go into user data in more depth and show how it's stored and used by WordPress.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Posts in WordPressWordpress
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    Like so many examples of WordPress terminology, the term 'posts' can be confusing, as it refers to a post type as well as a content type stored in a specific database table. Here, I'll clarify the difference between the two and look at post types in detail.Read More…
  • Node.js
    Authenticating Node.js Applications With PassportNodejs retina preview
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    In this article, we are going to develop a basic Express application from scratch and delegate everything related to authentication to Passport, which is turning out to be the de-facto authentication middleware for Node.jsRead More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Content Types in WordPressWordpress
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    In the first two parts of this series, I introduced the WordPress database and its structure and showed how relationships between different content types are managed. Here, I'll look at content types in more detail and describe the different types of content in WordPress and how they interact.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Relationships Between Data in WordPressWordpress
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    Ever wondered exactly how the relationships between the data in your WordPress site work? In this article, I'll explain in detail how WordPress manages relationships between different kinds of data and what that means for your site.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Data in WordPressWordpress
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    In this first part of a series on working with data in WordPress, I'll provide an overview of how WordPress stores data and what's stored in which database table.Read More…
  • Security
    Best Practices When Working With Sensitive Data: Securing Your ApplicationSecure wide retina preview
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    Last time we learned how to secure our server, this time we'll cover securing sensitive data from within our application itself. We'll discuss proper database security, password salting with examples, and user privileges. Let's begin!Read More…
  • Web Development
    Working With Databases in Symfony 2Symfony2 wide retina preview black
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    In the last video we learned how to validate and process form submissions in Symfony 2. But we didn't do anything with the submitted form data. Today, we'll continue working with that same application in order to persist the data to our database.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Understanding and Working with Data in WordPress - MultisiteWordpress
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    In the earlier parts of this series, we've worked through the different tables in the WordPress database and examined what data they store, how they interact with each other and what functions you use to interact with them. In this final part, I'll move on to look at Multisite. The database for a WordPress Multisite installation will contain extra tables: a set of tables for each site running on the network, and some extra tables for the network itself, as well as the tables for the core site. Read More…
  • Databases
    Mapping Relational Databases and SQL to MongoDBMongodb retina preview
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    NoSQL databases have emerged tremendously in the last few years owing to their less constrained structure, scalable schema design, and faster access compared to traditional relational databases (RDBMS/SQL). MongoDB is an open source document-oriented NoSQL database which stores data in the form of JSON-like objects. It has emerged as one of the leading databases due to its dynamic schema, high scalability, optimal query performance, faster indexing and an active user community.Read More…
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