MySQL Database Handling in PHP

Posted On Jun 10 2018 by

Most interactive websites nowadays require data to be presented dynamically and interactively based on input from the consumer. As an instance, a customer might need to log into a retail website to check his purchasing history. In this example, the web site would have stored two kinds of information to allow the customer to perform the test — the client's personal login details; along with the client's bought items. This information could be stored in two types of storage — flat files or databases. Flat files are only feasible in very low to low volume websites as flat files have …