MongoDB PHP 7 CRUD Example

We know MongoDB is very popular open source, document based NoSQL database. In this tutorial we will create MongoDB PHP 7 CRUD Example.  CRUD means Create, Read, Update and Delete operations. So basically you will add new data (create), fetch data (read), edit existing data (update) and remove existing data (delete) from database.

Please make sure you have read how to configure MongoDB with PHP 7 for XAMPP before reading MongoDB PHP 7 CRUD Example.

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Configure MongoDB with PHP 7 for XAMPP on Windows

This tutorial will show you how to configure MongoDB PHP 7 for XAMPP on Windows. XAMPP is an open source, easy to install Apache distribution containing PHP, Perl and MySQL. It’s very easy to install after downloading the Windows exe inataller file.

MongoDB is one of the widely used NoSQL(Not only SQL) database in market today. MongoDB is a document database with the scalability and flexibility that you want with the querying and indexing that you need. Often we come across a situation where we end up using MongoDB with PHP in XAMPP stack.

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Setup Codeigniter, Netbeans and XAMPP in Windows

This tutorial will show you how to configure Netbeans, Codeigniter, XAMPP together in Windows environment so that it would be easier environment to write PHP code on Netbeans editor without thinking much about the programming syntax error which is occurred most of the time when we write code in a notepad. It would be easier to run the Codeigniter application in browser when we use an IDE like Netbeans; we simply do right click on the project and click on Run to run the application on browser. We can also choose the preferred browser from the Browser Options in Netbeans. Continue reading “Setup Codeigniter, Netbeans and XAMPP in Windows”

How to send mail from localhost with xampp and mercury32 in Windows

Many of you tried to send mail from localhost for testing some functionality in the website like User Registration, Password Activation etc. in the local or development environment where there is no production mail server available, hence the mail sent is failed. But don’t worry; here I am going to present a tutorial which may help someone who is tired of getting it to work in the localhost. Continue reading “How to send mail from localhost with xampp and mercury32 in Windows”