• ASP.NET Core Web Apps with EF Core | Entity Framework Core 101 [3 of 5]
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    ASP.NET Core Web Apps with EF Core | Entity Framework Core 101 [3 of 5]

    >>Hi, I’m Cam Soper. I’m a Content Developer working on.NetDocs here at Microsoft, and welcome back to Entity Framework Core 101. In this video, I’m going to show you how you can use Entity Framework Core with ASP.NET Core scaffolding to streamline your web development. You can see in Visual Studio, I’ve got a mostly empty web application. This web application, already has ContosoPetsContext DbContext as well as an entity model. The entity model reflects a working database that’s already running in production. The first thing I’m going to do is I’m going to register our ContosoPetsContext with ASP.NET Core’s dependency injection container. The way I do this is by…

  • 5. How To Create a Database and Install WordPress
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    5. How To Create a Database and Install WordPress

    Now that we have uploaded WordPress let’s go ahead and install it. Open up your browser and go to your website. Select your language and press continue. Have a quick read and press the let’s go button. Here we need to enter our database name the database username and the database password. Let’s go and set-up a database. Go to your cPanel as we discussed in the previous videos. I’m going to do this by opening a new tab. Once you’ve logged in scroll down and click on MySQL databases. Enter the database name you would like to use, I recommend that you use a name that if you have…

  • how to create database in Cpanel phpmyadmin
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    how to create database in Cpanel phpmyadmin

    Hello this is Munir Mahmud here and welcome to another video tutorial on how to create a database in the cPanel. You could do this umm in two ways you could use the MySQL database option or you could use the MySQL database wizard that Wizard is just going to break everything down into a step by step process but I’m not going to that. I’m going to use MySQL databases. If you want to know about this just write database and here you can see MySQL databases and MySQL database wizard and here is phpmyadmin. You can see all the databases. Let’s click on MySQL databases. It’ll take you…

  • How WordPress Stores Your Data
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    How WordPress Stores Your Data

    Hi, this is David with Tiny Frog here to talk about WordPress database structure. So this is a slightly more advanced topic that you may never run into but for people that maintain a database on a website already which we will be moving over, it’s important to think about how WordPress organizes the data in the website and on the server so when you think of database a lot of people think about a spreadsheet with columns and rows that store the data. In WordPress and on a lot of website systems it’s actually a little bit different. So we have what you can think of as a lot…

  • Grails 3 and MongoDB Tutorial: Build CRUD Web Application Faster + Article + Source code
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    Grails 3 and MongoDB Tutorial: Build CRUD Web Application Faster + Article + Source code

    Hello everyone, today I will show you the link tutorials about Grails and MongoDB. The tutorial based on my article blogs in www.djamware.com see about Grails 3 and MongoDB tutorials. Let’s get started by creating a new project. Open the terminal and type “grails create-app” and the name of the project. Right here my project with name as “grails3-mongodb” now go to a currently created new folder and start opening interactive Grails console just wait for the second this might be all too long okay now is the part of configuring the projects from making Grails works with MongoDB open and edit with the Gradle in the root of the…

  • Importing MySQL databases and tables using phpMyAdmin
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    Importing MySQL databases and tables using phpMyAdmin

    In this tutorial we’re going to take a look at how to import mySQL databases and tables using phpMyAdmin. We’re also going to assume that you have already logged into phpMyAdmin and are ready to begin. Click on one of the databases is now. Notice that there are no tables in this database. On the right hand side, we have several tabs. One of these tabs is the “import” tab . Let’s click on that now. Under the import tab you have several options primarily, take a look at the “Browse your computer:” option which lets us browse for any file that we wish to upload. Let’s upload this database…

  • How to backup a WordPress site on cPanel
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    How to backup a WordPress site on cPanel

    First, log into your site via your ftp client Select all of the files in your WordPress directory Create a folder on your desktop and name it Drag the selected files from your ftp client into the folder on your desktop. This may take a while, depending on the size of your site. If you get any duplicate file warnings, then select overwrite, always use this action, apply to current queue only, and then OK. Once the files have completed downloading, open the folder. Open the wpconfig.php file. In here, you can find the name of the database that your WordPress site uses. We will need this for the next…

  • How to create mysql database on cpanel
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    How to create mysql database on cpanel

    hi every one this is mahabub and welcome to my youtube channel and today I will discuss on how to create MySQL database on cPanel to do this you have to login your cPanel after login from database section click on MySQL databases and here enter your database name and click on create database so database created successfully but we have to set permission for this database so we have to create a database user give same name for database and username or you can create any user for database you have to enter password cPanel only a strong password minimum 65% strong so you have to enter only strong…