phpMyAdmin Starter

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Learn
  • Install phpMyAdmiin
  • Configure and uploading to your web server
  • Create your first tables
  • Browsing, searching and changing data
  • Exporting to Excel
  • Creating relations between tables
  • Exploring the online community and extra resources

 

About

phpMyAdmin is an extremely popular, free and open source tool intended to easily handle the administration of MySQL with the use of a web browser. It can perform a variety of tasks in order to efficiently manage web databases. With this helpful step-by-step guide, we will build a solid understanding of the core capabilities of phpMyAdmin.

If you are new to phpMyAdmin this is the perfect companion for getting you off to a flying start. No previous experience with phpMyAdmin is required as you will be guided through downloading and installing it on your system. After installation we will explore the use of top features and the vibrant online community surrounding phpMyAdmin.

The amount of things that you can do with phpMyAdmin is overwhelming, so the quick start guide will show you how to create your very first tables. The list of resources will help you to become familiar with the phpMyAdmin community, which is a valuable part of any Open Source project. Finally, you will see how to use five key features of phpMyAdmin – including browsing, searching, and changing data, exporting to Excel, and creating relations between tables - that will allow you to perform simple tasks to learn the basics and set off on your own.

Features
  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results.
  • Learn the basics of phpMyAdmin and set up your first tables
  • Use the top features of phpMyAdmin with the aid of step-by-step instructions
  • Discover the phpMyAdmin community and get resources to help you continue your journey
Page Count 42
Course Length 1 hours 15 minutes
ISBN 9781849517553
Date Of Publication 1 Apr 2012

Authors

Marc Delisle

Marc Delisle was awarded "MySQL Community Member of the year 2009" because of his involvement with phpMyAdmin. He started to contribute to the project in December 1998, when he made the multi-language version. He is still involved with phpMyAdmin as a developer and project administrator. Marc is a system administrator at Cegep de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada. He has been teaching networking, security, and web application development. In one of his classes, he was pleased to meet a phpMyAdmin user from Argentina. Marc lives in Sherbrooke with his wife and they enjoy spending time with their four children.