Design for Digital Media Environments – phpMyAdmin 1

One of my teammates, Adam, used phpMyAdmin (a free, open-source tool written in PHP) to make a table linked to our database, which will keep a record of the users’ posts on our website. The database will be very helpful to the development of our website as it will enable to effectively store input from our users in a more efficient, orderly way. This form of user-generated content will also be able to present more detail and information (e.g. offer type and star rating). We will now need to link and integrate our database with the website, making sure it works properly before doing anything else.



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