Building a simple database with Mudbag


Article from Issue 64/2006

If you are looking for a quick and simple database system you can access with a browser, try Mudbag.

MySQL is a powerful tool that lets you build virtually any database application. However, this power comes at a price: it takes a long time to master MySQL’s many features. What if you just want to create a simple database for keeping notes and addresses? For a very simple application, you won’t want to spend time reading thick books on database theory. Luckily, there is a tool that can help you create a simple database in minutes: Mudbag.

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