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PHP Class for MySQL Database Manipulation

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Description

DBConnection is a PHP class designed to facilitate the MySQL database management with an useful set of methods, that allows the programmer to manipulate the data with a simplified interface. This class offers to the programmer a full set of methods that allow to construct SQL queries of any complexity, using appropriate methods in each situation.

One of the main feature of this class is the ability to deal with the table relations, that allows you to manipulate a table without worrying about the related tables. You can define the relations between the tables using a simple syntax, based on an array notation. In the config.php file that comes with the project you have a template that you can adapt to your needs. You can see the whole content of the config.php file in the screenshots. Other screenshots show you how to use the class and some result examples.

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Created:
2 May 12

Last Update:
N/A

Files Included:
HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL

Software Version:
PHP 5.x

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