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If you have a WordPress website, it is bound to have a database irrespective of the website being functional or redundant. A WordPress database stores all the data of your website. It includes posts, pages, comments (if any), website, theme and plugin settings, as well as, entries from forms and links if any. Anything that’s filled with unwanted data hampers its performance. Optimization is, therefore, the key to efficiency and increasing performance. Optimizing your WordPress…

In this blog on the ‘MongoDB vs MySQL comparison’, I’ll break down database jargon to explain the difference between the newer system and the legacy that is MySQL. While a lot of the terms associated with this topic might be familiar to many web professionals out there, I’m laying it all out to help those who could do without the techspeak. So let’s get started! MySQL and MongoDB are ‘database management systems’. To really understand…

When we think about a good website, one of the most important things is the speed and retrieval time of the website. Latency can hamper the performance of the website as well as user experience. As a web developer to avoid this you need to have a good database, namely a database that will not only be robust and scalable but also cost saving. Owing to the technological progress there are a number of databases…