In the last chapter, we built a fully functioning website. We covered external views, used the Slim templating engine, and created styles with Sass.
In this chapter, we’ll look at storing some of our data in a database.
We will create a
Song class and use it to populate a
database of songs. We’ll learn how to create, read, update, and delete songs
in the database, and then develop a web front end to accomplish this.
If we are going to build a dynamic website, we need a place to store the page information. A database is for keeping data organized. In a traditional relational database, the data is organized into rows that form tables. Each row represents an item in the database, and each column represents a ...