How to Connect an iOS App to a MySQL Database (Step by Step) – Part 6



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https://codewithchris.lpages.co/yt-mysql-06-xcode-tableview/

In this video series, I’ll show you how to connect an iPhone app to MySQL. We’ll go through it step by step starting from the beginning.

You’ll learn how to:
– Sign up for web hosting
– Create a new MySQL database
– Set up a MySQL database user
– Set access permission for that user
– Create a PHP web service to access the data
– Create an iOS app with a tableview, multiple screens and a map
– Access the PHP web service via the app to download the data from your MySQL database.

This is a video version of the tutorial here:

The Best Way to Connect Your iOS App to MySQL Database (4 Steps)

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Intro & Outro music
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9 thoughts on “How to Connect an iOS App to a MySQL Database (Step by Step) – Part 6”

  1. QOTD ⚡Do you prefer using table views or collection views? Let me know below!? Kick start your own app with my free 7 Day App Action Plan ➡️ http://bit.ly/7dplan

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  2. Hi Chris I love your videos, but I need your help. What is going on with my PHP File that when I run it, show a blank Page and not showing the data from my MySQL
    Thanks

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  3. Hi Chris! Thanks so much for this playlist. I'm trying to get my SQL data into UILabels. Is there a way to "refresh" a UILabel once the data is loaded…something similar to tableView.reloadData()?

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  4. Incase anyone got a purple warning on the tableview.reload data here is the fix

    //Items that came back from the HomeModel
    func itemsDownloaded(locations: [Location]) {
    self.locations = locations
    DispatchQueue.main.async {
    self.tableView.reloadData()
    }
    }

    Credits:-
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26277371/swift-uitableview-reloaddata-in-a-closure

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  5. hey chris I've been having problems with trying to find which function i should replace "func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) -> UITableViewCell {" with if I'm developing with macosx instead of fox, can you help?

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  6. hi chris great tutorial. considering buying your course. is it possible to send data to the database and update data in the database as well as retrieve ?

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  7. Hi, I have one question, I wanna do a login, for example if the user exists, I need another view controller to be showing the data from the user? Or I can do that on the same view of the login?

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