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How to use phpmyadmin in laragon

Laragon is widely use for backend development. Laragon includes the server software and database software like mysql. We can also use phpmyadmin to manage the mysql. phpMyAdmin is a web application for managing MySQL databases and MariaDB databases more easily through a graphical interface. This web application is written using the PHP programming language. Like other applications for the web environment, phpMyAdmin also contains elements of HTML/XHTML, CSS and JavaScript code. This web application is intended to facilitate the management of MySQL and MariaDB databases by presenting a complete and attractive web interface. You can add phpmyadmin into laragon by using the step below.

  1. Make sure you already install laragon. You need to download the phpmyadmin file in the official site.
  2. Extract this zip and you can rename the folder as phpMyAdmin. Put the folder into laragon/etc/apps.
  3. Start the laragon. And then open the browser and access
  4. Just press go when the login page shows. Now you can use phpmyadmin to manage mysql.

The benefit by using the phpmyadmin is as follows

  1. It supports multi-user usage, which means multiple users can use it simultaneously.
  2. Excellent speed when handling SQL command codes.
  3. Fully supports SQL language standard for databases.
  4. Supports the use of functions and operators in SQL commands.
  5. It has multiple layers of security such as hostname, subnetmask, permissions and user access and use of encrypted passwords.
  6. Can handle large-scale databases of more than 50 million records and 60 thousand tables and 5 billion rows.
  7. Supports multiple connections such as TCP/IP, Unix Sockets and Named Pipes (NT).
  8. Supports multiple languages ​.
  9. Equipped with various tools for database administration along with online instructions.
  10. Has a flexible table structure in handling ALTER TABLE, compared to other databases such as PostgreSQL or Oracle.
  11. And the last one is a fairly rapid development that makes MySQL always up-to-date in the development of the database world.

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