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Saltcorn | An Open Source, No-Code, Database Application Builder

Saltcorn is an flexible open source no-code database application builder. You can use it to build web applications based on relational data with flexible views, data types, and layouts. With Saltcorn you create a well designed database as you build your application. If you outgrow Saltcorn, you can take the database with you and use it with another system. Your data belongs to you, and it is easy to move it.


MySQL for Beginners Part 2

In Part 2 of this MySQL for beginner's guide, we'll cover even more common MySQL commands and show you how to interact with a large database. Check out part one here:


Intro to MySQL For Beginners Part 1

In this video we'll show the basics of getting started with MySQL. MySQL is a Relational DataBase Management System (RDBMS), and is an industry-standard open-source RDBMS that has been widely adopted by software development projects. This video provides an overview of MySQL and covers some common commands.


Managing Your Own Databases is a Task of the Past with Linode’s Managed Database Platform

Our new managed database service is now in open beta for new and existing customers! In this video, we'll cover how Managed Databases allow you to quickly deploy a new database and defer management tasks like configurations, managing high availability, disaster recovery, backups, and data replication.

In the Node: January 2022

Early Access to Managed Databases for MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, and MongoDB

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Bringing Innovation to the Edge with the Alternative Cloud (On-Demand)

Learn how alternative cloud providers are helping developers build for the Edge faster, easier, and more affordable than ever before.

PostgreSQL Tips From a Pro | Cloud Simplified

In this video, Tim Allen drops in to show us some tips on how to create, backup, delete, and restore a PostgreSQL database.


Intro to GREP and Regular Expressions

Grep is a command-line utility that can search and filter text using a common regular expression syntax. It is so ubiquitous that the verb “to grep” has emerged as a synonym for “to search.” In this video, we'll provide an overview of grep usage, a brief introduction to regular expression syntax, and show some practical examples you may already be using.
Durga Gokina, CTO and Head of R&D, and Chetan Venkatesh, Co-Founder and CEO of Macrometa

Bringing Innovation to the Edge

Macrometa receives the needed support from Linode to build the foundation and infrastructure to launch their company into the marketplace.

Python Database Project #2: Advanced Queries and Operations

Learn how to perform advanced operations on a MongoDb database. Specifically, how to query and filter data.