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Simple CRUD operations in PHP using MYSQL – [Procedural]


In this tutorial we will see how to create simple CRUD operations in PHP using MYSQL. I will use procedural mysqli functions to create, read, update and delete. The reason of using procedural mysqli functions is to give PHP beginners a quick overview of how crud operation works in PHP. I will try my best to explain all the aspects of this topic in very simple way. So let’s start with very basic.

PHP CRUD Operations:

CRUD is an acronym of Create, Read, Update, and Delete. PHP provides a set of functions for each database which php supports. I will be using MYSQL database and PHP has different set of functions to achieve crud operations in mysql. In short we will be doing following things.

PHP functions for MYSQL:

Following are the PHP functions we will be using to achieve our goal.

PHP CRUD Example:

Now let’s jump into the coding part. I am going to use blog example in which I will be creating following PHP files and folder.

PHP CRUD Example Source Code

Create Database:

First of all lets create a database;

Create Database Table:

Now create blog table. You can copy paste below code to your phpmyadmin or any sql client.

Insert Records in Database:

Let’s add some dummy blogs.

Database Connection File (config.php):

Create Blog (create.php):

Read Records (index.php):

Edit Blog (edit.php):

Delete records (index.php):

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