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Practical PHP 7, MySQL 8, and MariaDB Website Databases: A Simplified Approach to Developing Database-Driven Websites by Steve Prettyman, Adrian W. West

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© Adrian W. West and Steve Prettyman 2018
Adrian W. West and Steve PrettymanPractical PHP 7, MySQL 8, and MariaDB Website Databaseshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3843-1_7

7. Migrate to a Host and Back Up Your Website Database

Adrian W. West1  and Steve Prettyman2
(1)
Colyton, Devon, UK
(2)
Key West, Florida, USA
 

You might think that the database-driven website created in Chapter 6 is finished and ready for migrating to the host. However, in a real-world situation, a client probably will ask for some last-minute changes. To reduce the number of last-minute changes, the client should always be involved in the development process. As each phase of the site is completed, the client should “sign off” on the changes to indicate they accept the current ...

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