Everyone’s favorite Web-based database management interface has released a new version with some snazzy improvements. Some highlights:
* Displays results for multi-statement SQL requests
* Saves export files to the server on which it’s running (previously, you had to save them locally)
* Displays the last-inserted auto-increment field (handy for getting keys back if you’re manually inserting foreign keys in another table)
phpMyAdmin is an un-abashed success story. I wish they had ODBC support so I could manage non-MySQL databases from it. From the beginning, it’s been designed with the user in mind and its wild popularity is a testament to that strategy.