Separating Front-End from Back-End

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Re: Separating Front-End from Back-End

Postby cbe11 » 18 Nov 2016, 23:19

id242 wrote:Ugh.

Install Tiny Tiny RSS to a dedicated web host. Let them handle all the back end PHP and Database stuff. Then use your web browser and internet connection to connect, being the front end.

https://tt-rss.org/gitlab/fox/tt-rss/wi ... ationNotes


xtaz explained exactly what I wanted to do. Maybe my question was badly formulated, thx thought

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Re: Separating Front-End from Back-End

Postby thermionic » 21 Nov 2016, 17:28

define your front end
is database a back end
why desire to split ?

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