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Introduction to Databases for Web Developers
Server Side Database Communication With CGI  
So far in this tutorial we have remained pretty airy. We have learned lots of "database theory" and "abstract" SQL communication protocols.

But what you probably came to learn was how you could actually put a real-live database on the web!

Well, to be fair, understanding all that abstract stuff that we have discussed so far is necessary for you to be able to do what you want to do.

Unfortunately, putting your database on the web turns out to be a pretty complex feat involving all sorts of technologies. So, there are a bunch of things you needed to learn in order to get the whole kit-and-caboodle operational.

However don't worry, in this part, we are going to put it all together and get your data webified.

Nevertheless, before we get into the nitty gritty lets recap a bit and also provide an overview for what we are going to do in this part.

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