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I am looking forward to a tool to view a mysql database like a browser addon without installing a heavy software..

If there is any other software you want to suggest for viewing and editing mysql database please post your suggestions.

Thanks in advance.


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phpMyAdmin is a typical choice. You do need a PHP-enabled web server, but that's pretty easy, and then you get a browser-based interface for interacting with your MySQL server.

It's obviously not a browser add-on, but the software requirements aren't all that unusual.


PHPMyAdmin will probably be what you need. It's not a browser add-on, though. It installs on the server.


Adminer is a simpler alternative to PHPMyAdmin

This is indeed a nice alternative to PMA. Nice recommendation. – Belmin Fernandez Feb 13 '11 at 15:46

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