With the database console application active, you can open it in your web browser and use it to manipulate the MySQL service. We'll use the console application to create a database table and populate it. The table will implement a very simple to-do list.
Our database table will be called "Tasks" and will have three columns:
ID: It is an automatically incrementing number that uniquely identifies the row
Name: It is a string value containing the name of a task to be done
Completed: It is a Boolean value containing the completion status of the task.
Now, perform the following steps: