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phpMyAdmin

phpMyAdmin is a tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. It can create, rename, and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, create dumps of tables and databases, export/import CSV data, and administrate one single database and multiple MySQL servers.

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RSS Recent releases

  •  18 Apr 2014 21:56

Release Notes: It's now possible to load and save query-by-example requests. There are new export options and a "favorite tables" feature.

  •  13 Apr 2014 18:03

Release Notes: An attempt to rename a database without changing the name resulted in the deletion of this database; this has been fixed.

  •  09 Apr 2014 19:32

Release Notes: It's now possible to load and save query-by-example requests. There are new export options, and a "favorite tables" feature.

  •  27 Mar 2014 22:10

Release Notes: A "Missing value in the form" message in the SQL box was fixed.

  •  22 Mar 2014 23:17

Release Notes: A regression in 4.1.10 was fixed: reCaptcha on the login panel no longer worked.

RSS Recent comments

12 Nov 2013 06:11 ajwang_angella Thumbs up

Actually i used to have problems b4 but now dat i learnt of phpmyadminmy life has been made easy

10 Sep 2013 04:00 robertboblalas

i always use this program in developing a project. It is easy to use.

22 Aug 2012 04:11 domperignon Thumbs up

Really helps to move sites from one hosting to another, must use tool for every webmaster

21 Jun 2011 12:12 wellilein Thumbs up

Surely one of the tools in internet I use often.
Only had encoding trouble once, moving from mysql 4 to mysql 5. But that's probably not related to phpMyAdmin too much.

09 May 2009 02:10 ashore Thumbs up

I can't imagine doing any php/MySQL dev't work without it!

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