PHP Mini SQL Admin - Lightweight alternative to heavy phpMyAdmin. Extremely small (~30Kb) standalone php script. Easy to Install, simple to use. No SQL knowledge required for basic operations.

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  • full MySQL support
  • extremely small (~30Kb)
  • just in one php file

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  • Great little project

  • Very Good Job....Really

  • very nice! also easy to adopt! e.g. I preselected a certain database for a customer and removed phpinfo and added the logoff link... really good readable code! Thanks for this nifty, tiny, cool tool! best regards from very cold Austria/Vienna!

  • Really good job

  • good job

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

PHP

Database Environment

Project is a database management tool, MySQL

Registered

2006-10-30