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phpMyEdit for CUBRID - Video Tutorial

Here is one more video tutorial from CUBRID Trainings Channel. The previous episodes introduced us the client GUI for CUBRID DBMS called CUBRID Manager, and Uniform Server, a Windows-Apache-CUBRID-PHP software bundle. The current episode will introduce phpMyEdit customized for working with CUBRID DBMS. To dissolve the further misunderstanding about what phpMyEdit is used for, I would like to emphasize that it is not a database administration tool.

Simply put, phpMyEdit is an open source instant database table editing tool. It generates PHP code for you that you might need to display or make the necessary changes in the database tables through your web site interface. What you need is just copy the generated code and paste it into your web application's back-end code. You can customize it to fit your web site layout. It will make sure everything looks like as if you created this code yourself.

So this video will explain you what phpMyEdit is, how it works, and how to use it. You will learn how to use the code generated by phpMyEdit to do certain database operations. phpMyEdit includes a huge set of table manipulation functions (record addition, change, view, copy, and removal), table sorting, filtering, table lookups, and more.

Fortunately, now phpMyEdit, a powerful database table editing tool, is available also for CUBRID. You can download it from CUBRID SF.net project site http://sourceforge.net/projects/cubrid/files/CUBRID-AppsTools/phpMyEdit/phpMyEdit-5.7.1-cubrid.zip/download.

It will save you a great deal of your precious time when developing a PHP code which needs a database interactions. For more information, visit phpMyEdit Official Community Web Site at http://www.phpmyedit.org/.

Later we will be uploading more videos. If you want to be up to date and follow our video tutorials, subscribe to our CUBRID Blog or CUBRID Trainings Channel, follow us on Facebook or Twitter.  We will make sure you get the latest news and updates about CUBRID.



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