Tag: InnoDB

Looking for a Simple Full-Text Search?<br /> Try MySQL InnoDB + CakePHP with Word Stemming

Implementing a user-friendly search can be tricky, but it can also be done very efficiently. How do I know this? Not long ago, I needed to implement a search engine on a mobile app. The app was built on the Ionic framework and would connect to a CakePHP 2 backend. The idea was to display results as the user was typing. There were several options for this, but not all of them met my project’s requirements.

Using Different MySQL Storage Engines in Database Design

Any database architect designing a MySQL database faces the issue of selecting the proper storage engine. Usually, an application uses only one engine:MyISAMorInnoDB. But let’s try to be a little more flexible and imagine how different storage engines can be used.The Initial Data ModelTo begin, let’s build a simplified data model for a CRM (customer relationship management) system that we’ll use to illustrate the point. The design will cover the main CRM functions: sales data, product definitions, and information for analytics. It won’t contain details typically used in CRM systems.