Php updating database
Please note that because MD5 is an one-way encryption method, we won’t be able to recover the password in case the user forgets it.
Here is the code that we use to insert data into the database.
Now that we gathered all the data, we need to store it into the database.
Here is how we save the form submission to the database.
At this point it is a good idea to put some form validation code in place, so we make sure that we have all the data required to create the user account.
We need to check if name and email, and password are filled in and that the email is in the proper format.
For server side validations, we will use the PHP form validation script Now we have to handle the form data that is submitted.
Also, we make the unique confirmation code from the user’s email address.
Migrations are like version control for your database, allowing your team to easily modify and share the application's database schema.
Migrations are typically paired with Laravel's schema builder to easily build your application's database schema.
We can use the free Java Script form validation script to add form validations quickly and easily, with lesser code.
Here is a sample Java Script validation code to be used for the sample form we created earlier: var frmvalidator = new Validator("register"); frmvalidator. Enable Msgs Together(); Validation("name","req","Please provide your name"); Validation("email","req","Please provide your email address"); Validation("email","email","Please provide a valid email address"); Validation("username","req","Please provide a username"); Validation("password","req","Please provide a password"); To be on the safe side, we will also have the same validations on the server side too.
In the first part, we are going to cover creation of the registration form and storing the data in a My SQL database.