8 Web Based GUI's for MySQL
Let's face it. Using the console for administrating MySQL can eat up a lot of time unless you've been doing just that your whole web development career.
If you're on that side, good for you. But for us 'normal' people, we tend to use GUI's for managing MySQL databases. And installing softwares can be cumbersome.
Here are 8 web-based GUI's for managing MySQL
This is probably the most common web-based GUI of all. It is the default GUI of Cpanel. It is also the default GUI for XAMPP and WAMP, two great Apache-MySQL-PHP packages.
Sidu, which stands for 'SELECT', 'INSERT', 'DELETE', 'UPDATE' is a fantastic alternative to phpMyAdmin. It has better usability by using trees representing databases and tables and many many more.
AeroSQL is a fully functional GUI for MySQL built with the ExtJS Library. It is required if you want to use this.
Vfront is a dynamic front-end for MySQL AND PostreSQL. It uses AJAX to help with usability and eye candy. It can do pretty much what phpMyAdmin does PLUS the reports. It is licensed under GPL.
Licensed under the MIT License.
This little GUI is primarily used backing up databases and scheduling them. Licensed under the GPL License.
A single file alternative to the famouse phpMyAdmin. Licensed under the Apache License.
This is primarily a database schema designer but can also be used for managing MySQL databases
I guess we aren't running out of great open source web-based GUIs for MySQL.