MySQL

A database is a structured and organized collection of data. Every frontend application needs a compatible database which works as a backend for the application. It is organized for efficient storage and retrieval based on the nature of the data rather than the collection or retrieval methods. Adding a database to a website provides the means for dynamic content, flexibility and manageability, and all kinds of user interactivity, which without this could not be easily accomplished.

To work with the corresponding data, database management system applications interact with the user, other applications, and the database itself. This application will work as a backend for managing all data. There are many well-known DBMSes, which include Microsoft ...

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