phpMyAdmin 4.0 Release Kills Off The Tables
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 3 May 2013 at 03:03 PM EDT. 3 Comments
phpMyAdmin, the popular browser-based software for MySQL database administration, has hit a significant milestone with the release of phpMyAdmin 4.0.0.

This widely-used web-based database administration software has finally done away with its HTML tables in favor of a JavaScript-driven tree-based layout. More of phpMyAdmin 4.0 is written in object oriented programming, some of the table browsing code has been rewritten, and an assortment of many smaller features.

More details on the new release of this open-source software can be found at
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