Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Connecting to a MySQL database, part of Google App Engine Essential Training.
- One of the primary reasons PHP is so popular…is its close pairing with MySQL,…a robust, freely available database solution.…Happily, you can incorporate the MySQL Server…into your Google App Engine project.…It wouldn't be a viable platform for PHP…without that connection.…Once you deploy your app,…you'll work with a Google Cloud SQL instance…which we'll cover in Chapter 5.…In this lesson, I will show you the one very specific detail…that you'll need to ensure is correct…so you can develop your PHP MySQL app locally…with the app engine SDK.…
I've set up a MySQL database…called gae_sample.…If you're following along, you can import the SQL file…which is called gae_ sample.sql…and it's found in the Chapter 3,…03_04, Start, assets folder…of the exercise files.…I've used phpMyAdmin but you can use…whatever program will import the data.…The database has a table called students…and you see the students listed here.…
There are 50 random names here,…always fun to read (laughs)…and some equally random values for…whether they are registered or not…
- Understanding the Google App Engine
- Using the Google Cloud Console
- Setting App Engine services
- Coding your app
- Working with images, style sheets, and other static files
- Incorporating HTML templates
- Uploading and deploying your app
- Implementing Google Cloud Storage
- Setting up a custom domain
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Google App Engine
2. Exploring App Engine
Trying out App Engine9m 34s
3. Developing with PHP and App Engine
4. Working with Python and App Engine
5. Implementing App Engine Storage
6. Managing Your Project
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