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I Have 2 Questions
Will it be useful If we made an a database and filled with the users who uses my website?
Will i need to install an a text editor for the SQL learning or am gonna be using the treehouse workspaces?.
Ari Misha19,323 Points
Hiya John! This is the answer for your first question:
- You should defo do that actually! You should also seed your database with user related info like their emails , contacts , address, payment info, password and likewise stuff. Infact, with real world projects, you might end up integrating like multiple databases in your application.
Now regarding your second question:
- You dont need a text editor for SQL. I'd highly recommend installing community version of MySQL on your local machine. And as soon as you done installing MySQL on your local machine, you can interact with it using MySQL console. Thats all you need to interact with your database.
I hope it helped. (: