I am a school teacher and have a 13 year old student who has really pushed himself and I am trying to get him to build a website with a backend database. We have been using replit for HTML projects (also using CSS). Has anyone had any success with building a HTML file with a backend database and how was it done? Nothing fancy, just want to be able link the two as straightforward and simple as possible.
If you would like to link your student’s website with a database such as Replit DB (a free noSQL / key-value database similar to the likes of MongoDB), you will need to create a new Repl with one of the programming language types such as Python, Node.js or PHP. That will unlock the Database option inside Tools.
There are some tutorials on Google (or 100 Days of Code on Replit if you’re using Python) that will guide you how to setup a webserver to host your student’s static HTML and even link it up with the programming language to pull data from the database.