Saw this post on a forum on a post about RadioDJ free radio automation software.
“The biggest fail with RadioDJ to me is the reliance upon a MySQL database”
Q: So Why does RadioDJ rely on a MYSQL database?
A: RadioDJ requires MySQL to run some backend functions such as Rotations/Playlists/Events
Having an MySQL database makes programming on your website (PHP) really straight forward, You can show what’s currently playing or recently played or even take listener requests.
The fact RadioDJ relies on a database for some of it’s functions is actually one of it’s PLUS points.
Last updated on: 13th August 2018
at 13:34 PM Europe/London