By using the $id variable you output links which would pass the correct ID to the script so that it can update the database.Using this you can then create the update script, which will actually have two sections to it.These feeds can then be parsed in any XML-aware programming language.

Example URL to POST to: The response body will include the identity Profile details of the contact, which will include the vid of the existing record.

So far you have learnt how to put information into your My SQL database, view the information in it and select which information you would like to view.

However, for the last couple of months, I've gradually moved information over to Gmail, which comes with a powerful address book of its own.

This feature, known as Google Contacts, is easily accessible over the Web, supports a large number of information fields and has both import and export features.

When parsing the contacts in the php foreach, we will retrieve also the image for each contact.

You've got a website for your business and most of your new customers are reaching you via your "Contact us" form page.

This makes it possible to not only store comprehensive data on contacts, but to have that contact information "travel" with you from location to location, because you can access it from any Web-accessible computer.

From a development perspective too, Google Contacts is interesting: Like many other Google products, it exposes a Data API which allows developers to easily build new applications around the data stored in a private address book.

Create a new contact in Hub Spot with a simple HTTP POST to the Contacts API. Note: This endpoint is designed for offline contacts, and does not support lead tracking.