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A.R.M.S: Online multiserver admin GUI for MySql

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  • Android
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Mandriva
  • Moblin
  • openSUSE
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
  • Xandros
Specifications
ARMS allows administrators and developers to fully design, develop and control MySQL database systems. The platform includes a number of unique features that have never been seen before in any related web tools.
Tips to Use
ARMS is a fully featured graphical database management suite that operates entirely from any modern javascript-enabled web browser. The Web2.0 interface provides a user-rich WYSIWIG experience, more like usual desktop applications, while at the same time offering full backend support for advanced SQL and other features.
Equivalent Applications
PhpMyAdmin
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byedu_tzu, March 30, 2010
Well, this is the first real alternative to phpMyAdmin!
Just played a bit with their demo version and it's simply amazing! Thanks for sharing this!
I cannot believe it took so much time to have a program like this: modern AJAX interface and multiple MySQL servers support!

Finally!

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