End users of web resources, as a rule, are deprived of the joy of direct communication with the MySQL database. But developers have it – more than enough. And here the key role is played by the tool for working with the database. You can, of course, use the console client, but in most cases its functionality is not enough. You can use web interfaces, such as phpMyAdmin, but working through the browser imposes certain restrictions on interactivity. Continue reading
Imagine this situation. You have a website located on an external server. You, as an administrator, perform certain actions on it, connecting under a certain login and password. The second situation. You are a user of Web Money or similar.
To perform actions with your wallets you need to connect to the system. What can happen during such connections? Continue reading