Have an idea for a web project, laid out homepage, layouts, and so on. Think more like a practice and language learning, but solves the problem quite common. But then came the question about how to implement the client-server part and write scripts that will work with the database and the visitor. The project evaluated as not complicated for simple words - you need to show, record, preserve and later show chosen by the client. The problem is that logically I understand how it works, but to write is not enough knowledge. Have a little experience in js, php, python without frameworks + html/css and actually for the project after a few days of reasoning chosen was Python (stylish, fashionable, youth). I would like to hear from people who know where you can derive from such knowledge, with examples, at the level of the cuisine. Thank you!
eleanore.McCullough answered on July 9th 19 at 13:05
I think you need to start reading/learning about a basic SQL language (the syntax of which is identical, probably 70% for all servers, relational databases)...
Install MySQL from the console and try to connect to it, create/delete tables, add/delete/update records... to create a query to fetch data and merge tables... etc., etc.
orval_Predovic46 answered on July 9th 19 at 13:07
on Stepic.org now there is a course on databases - examine him.
graham answered on July 9th 19 at 13:09
It may be better to start learning some sort of ORM in conjunction with any frameworks?