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Building a Web Application with PHP and MariaDB: A Reference Guide by Sai Srinivas Sriparasa

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Chapter 1. CRUD Operations, Sorting, Filtering, and Joins

Data storage and management have been a very powerful trait for a long time, and as a server-side web developer, it is of paramount importance to have a thorough understanding of the available data storage options. The data that we might be dealing with could be user information, company data, order data, product data, or personal data, and so on. Data in its raw form needs to be processed, cleared, and organized to generate information. Text files and spreadsheets can be used by web applications for storing data but, as the amount of data grows in size, it becomes very hard to store all the data in a single file, as the burgeoning size takes its toll on the speed of retrieval, insertion, ...

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