If you've decided to build a website or need a database, MySQL is an open-source option that's very cost effective and affordable. Without knowing how to install, configure, design and maintain the database, you risk having a poor performing environment that can be detrimental to your application. This MySQL course helps new and intermediate level database programmers understand how to set up MySQL.
We first discuss very basics of MySQL and why the database is popular over other options. We then move on to table design. Table design is the heart of your application, because it determines the way your data is stored. It also determines the effectiveness of data integrity, which protects your data from corruption and inaccuracies. A good table design is paramount for quality software, and we help you understand data design and modeling.
This course covers database maintenance and configuration as well. We explain good architecture and habits that allow you to build scalable solutions instead of configuring your database for a small application that must be then reconfigured for a more scalable project. Scalability should be a primary concern if you want your application and database to grow without issues.
Finally, we discuss how to work with PHP and your MySQL server. PHP and MySQL work seamlessly together, and you'll become a stronger data designer if you understand the application creation process. This course gets you started with very basic SQL design and configuration to building a basic application that displays your information to your customers.
There are no pre requisites. Anyone over the age of 13 is welcome to join this course. It is recommended though that individuals have some basic computer programming knowledge.
Introduction to MySQL
Doing Advanced Queries
Advanced MySQL Concepts
Managing Users and Privileges
Backing Up and Restoring MySQL Databases
MySQL Options File and Configuring and Tuning the MySQL Server
Setting Up MySQL Replication
Introduction to PHP and MySQL
No additional course materials required to complete this course.
A brief 10 pt. quiz will follow each lesson. Students will successfully complete this course by mastering all learning outcomes with 70% or higher overall grade.
|Introduction : Why are you taking this course?||1|
|Lesson 1 and 2 Exam||10|
|Lesson 3 Exam||10|
|Lesson 4 Exam||9|
|Lesson 5 Exam||10|
|Lesson 6 Exam||10|
|Lesson 7 Exam||10|
|Lesson 8 Exam||10|
|Lesson 9 Exam||10|
|Lesson 10 Exam||10|
|Lesson 11 Exam||10|
|The Final Exam||60|
- How to Restore and Backup MySQL Databases
- Understanding Advanced MySQL Concepts
- Performance Tuning and Configurations for your MySQL Server
- How to Create and Configure Databases in MySQL
- Benefits and Setting Up MySQL Replication
- Using Symbols in Adobe Illustrator
- Tables, Databases, and SQL...oh my!
- How to Build Web Page Layouts with CSS
- What is Adobe Illustrator?
- Muse CC: Adding Text to Your Website
- Examples Using jQuery Language
- How to Use Methods in C# Programming
- Understanding HTML5 and Web Design
- Using Symbols in Adobe Fireworks