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Every day, Web 2.0 services are becoming more and more. There are even those who have achieved amazing results, and their value is expressed in millions of dollars. The leader among the encyclopedias is Wikipedia. If bookmarked, then delicious. The blog posting service is Blogger.
If a social network, then MySpace. If the service for working with photos, then, of course, Flickr.
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End users of web resources, as a rule, are deprived of the joy of direct communication with the MySQL database. But developers have it – more than enough. And here the key role is played by the tool for working with the database. You can, of course, use the console client, but in most cases its functionality is not enough. You can use web interfaces, such as phpMyAdmin, but working through the browser imposes certain restrictions on interactivity. Continue reading