PostgreSQL, MySQL, and SQL servers are all different SQL-based databases. Using a SQL database tends to be a more complex way of pulling data, but if you understand how to do it, it can be very powerful. With its proven performance, reliability, and ease-of-use, these database integrations with Grow are a dynamic means of displaying your data.
In these articles, we rely on your understanding of your databases to query your data in the right way. You can use queries to your database to format the data exactly as you want to visualize it, or pull in tabular data and use Grow’s tools to filter, group, and transform it.
The best place to get started is to connect your database. If you need help connecting, you can read our article on connecting a database or a similar article for databases hosted on WordPress.
- Connecting your Database
- WordPress: Connect to MySQL Database
- Common SQLite Queries
- Common SQLite Errors
- SQL Overview: SELECT and FROM
You will find other help articles on various SQL databases in this section of our help center. These are organized first by help articles with general SQL database how-to helps, then alphabetically by database type.
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