Following his previous Python development video about the creation of a CRM Database tool using the Tkinter module, John Elder of Codemy will now show us how to add additional functionality to the program. Take note that the project requires users to install the MYSQL database to make it work. In this video, John will show us how to create an actual database for the CRM project. Here, we will also start to build out the table where we’ll store most of the information that we want to collect about our customers.
To do most MySQL things in Tkinter with Python, we need to create a cursor. The cursor is what we use to send commands to the database and get results. After we create a cursor instance, we can use it to create a database and a table. If you want to learn more about this CRM database tool, you might want to follow John Elder in his Python Tkinter GUI Tutorial series. If you were able to complete the previous video, feel free to watch the tutorial video below for the next step. Good luck!