Yesterday was quite a joyful day. Jilster, a project we’ve been working on for the past months, was officially launched. Jilster is an online tool with which you can create your very own magazine and was built using Adobe’s ColdFusion and Flex, running on a MySQL database. Curious? Check www.jilster.nl (it’s all Dutch).
Posts Tagged ‘MySQL’
For work I’m writing a proposal on database usage, about which data types we should use in what situation. That has me stumbling upon an interesting problem. Let me explain. There are situations in data where records need to have some sort of flag, like “deleteAllowed” or “activeUser”. That would have one of two possible [...]