Online database management software
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phpMyAdmin


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phpMyAdmin is a free online database management software written in PHP. It supports MySQL and a wide range of operations on MySQL, MariaDB and Drizzle like managing databases, tables, taking backups, users, permissions and much more. phpMyAdmin is one of the most popular online database management tools.

Homepage http://www.phpmyadmin.net/


Adminer


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Adminer is also a free online database management software written in PHP. It's a single PHP file. It supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL, Oracle, Firebird, SimpleDB, Elasticsearch and MongoDB. It allows the most important operations for the supported database systems. There is a comparison of Adminer vs phpMyAdmin.

Homepage http://www.adminer.org/en/


MySQLWeb


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MySQLWeb is another free online database management software written in PHP. It's smaller compared to phpMyAdmin and a great alternative. It supports MySQL, SQLite and PostgreSQL. All important operations are available. All features can be found here.

Homepage http://mywebsql.net/



Feel free to post other tools below to make a great collection for all kind of management tools for various database systems.

I'm using MySQLWeb on a new server and it's really a great alternative to phpMyAdmin.
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Not really an online application but HeidiSQL is a really neat software. I use it all the time when I work locally because it's faster then the usual web-applications. Also, has tons of useful features available and is very actively developed.

Another one that I've tried at some point was Chive (no longer actively developed), which is based on the Yii framework. Decent piece of software that helped me achieve my goals when I had some issues with phpMyAdmin.
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phpMyAdmin is good to use not any issues for that but i think some security problem out there for phpmyadmin
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(2015-04-17, 9:34:14 pm)donsr Wrote:  phpMyAdmin is good to use not any issues for that but i think some security  problem out there for phpmyadmin

Well, as long phpMyAdmin authentication system works properly, and the privileges are set up correctly on MySQL level, there should be no real issues (why there would be, phpMyAdmin works with permissions of an user that logged into a database).
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phpMyAdmin is the best as it is easy to learn and comes preinstalled on most of the shared hosting accounts and so many of us are already familiar with it.
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Web-based SQuirreL SQL Client: http://sourceforge.net/projects/websquirrelsql/
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for web online database management im only know phmyadmin .
so now many alternatif for we online dtabase management.
anyone know android database management?
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#8
I prefer to use phpmyadmin, but I don't like the fact that phpmyadmin sucks when you browse with mobile phone. I don't know why none is interested in creating a responsive online database management.
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Adminer, a great project.
i am tring it, and it is really looks fast than phpmyadmin
thanks for suggestiong
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#10
I prefer adminer, but i would like to point out that webmin , http://www.webmin.com supports mysql/mariadb and mongodb and allows for access with out a http demon

(2016-06-19, 12:17:40 am)Neco Wrote:  I prefer to use phpmyadmin, but I don't like the fact that phpmyadmin sucks when you browse with mobile phone. I don't know why none is interested in creating a responsive online database management.

probably because you can just ssh in, do your junk, get it over with... from the command line,
since you only need to access your DataBase once in a blue moon
and adminer works well on phones IMO.




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