phpMyAdmin 4.3.8 / 3.5.8.2 / 2.11.11.3

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The most used and the most powerful Web interface for managing MySQL databases, a must-have tool for every developer and Web hosting company

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What's new in phpMyAdmin 4.3.7:

  • Fixed:
  • Changing $cfg['DefaultTabTable'] doesn't update link and title
  • Undefined index menuswork
  • Undefined index navwork
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LICENSE TYPE:

GPL: GNU General Public License

USER RATING:
2.7/5 36
DEVELOPED BY:
phpMyAdmin
HOMEPAGE:
www.phpmyadmin.net
LANGUAGE:
PHP
DATABASE:
MySQL
CATEGORY:
C: \ Database Tools
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phpMyAdmin - phpMyAdmin comes with an integrated user dashboardphpMyAdmin - Admins can browse the structure of a database at any point in timephpMyAdmin - The content of database tables can also be viewed inside phpMyAdminphpMyAdmin - Table structure can be changed at any timephpMyAdmin - SQL queries can be executed via the included consolephpMyAdmin - A database and table search tool is included with phpMyAdminphpMyAdmin - New data can be inserted in any table at any timephpMyAdmin - Database details can easily be exported to other installationsphpMyAdmin - New databases and tables can also be imported inside phpMyAdminphpMyAdmin - Various preset/common operations are built in the default phpMyAdmin interfacephpMyAdmin - To avoid problems, admins can keep track and log of various phpMyAdmin operationsphpMyAdmin - Special triggers can also be createdphpMyAdmin - Admins also have full access and control to database usersphpMyAdmin - For every user, fine-grained permissions can be put into placephpMyAdmin - The phpMyAdmin's installation status can be checked at any time
phpMyAdmin has reached the stratosphere of fame in Web development, almost completely identifying itself with the product it serves.

Just by saying phpMyAdmin, any developer these days will think of MySQL. Some don't even know MySQL doesn't come with phpMyAdmin included and you need to install it separately.

Sure there might be other MySQL Web GUIs around, but almost all came after phpMyAdmin and most of them copy its interface and features without even giving it a second thought.

Basically phpMyAdmin is an unofficial standard for dealing with MySQL from your browser.

Last updated on January 24th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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#database management #MySQL database #database administration #MySQL #database #interface #administration

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