phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. Currently it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields.
- Issue #11367 Export after search, missing WHERE clause
- Issue #11380 Incomplete message after import
- Issue Incorrect scalar type declaration (reported under PHP 7)
- Issue #11389 ReCaptcha produces deprecated messages under PHP 7
- Issue #11387 phpseclib < 2.0 produces deprecated messages on PHP 7
- Issue #11404 "Switch to copied table" doesn't work
- Issue #11406 Missing quotes after calling "distinct values"
- Issue #11386 Cannot import database with long data in one column
- Issue #11410 SPATIAL index option is not clickable
Reviewing 4.4.0 Alpha 1 (Mar 7, 2015)
I like this theme.
Reviewing 4.2.6 (Jul 21, 2014)
Rrather difficult to live without for those of us who work with DBs regularly.
I'm not thrilled with the 4.x series though (AJAX bloat). I much prefer my 3.4.x version with the AJAX turned off.
I've found 4.x struggles when used on slower connections. The AJAX fails a lot with no easy recovery, as opposed to regular postbacks, which can be retried by refreshing when they time out or otherwise fail.
4.x also doesn't work correctly on iPad (yes, I use this from my iPad on occasion). The browser lags and AJAX failures make it nearly unusable.
Giving it a 4 because it's a necessary tool and the older versions are awesome. The -1 is for the AJAX issues.
Reviewing 4.0.5 (Aug 24, 2013)
phpmyadmin, how can you live without it?
Reviewing 3.4.7 RC1 (Oct 21, 2011)
I like it!
Reviewing 3.4.4 (Sep 2, 2011)
Love the new theme, reminiscent of Google's new common theme
No comments yet