This lesson walks us through using the free open source database management tool, phpMyAdmin, to create a new database to be used for our simple PHP Application.
In our previous lesson, we added a form method of ‘post’ that allowed us to transport our submitted form data to a second (or action) page in a discreet manner.
In this lesson, we begin to design a database that will have the tables we need to store the records that are being submitted. A database will allow us to persist our data. This way, we can view, update and delete this data at will at a later date.
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