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I've just started working with MariaDB/MySQL, and I've been really wanting to have a more user-friendly GUI for it. Does anyone have any recommendations for a good SQL GUI?
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PHPMyAdmin is a pretty good option.
In particular, if you're working with web development in any kind of way, you're going to constantly run into it, since it is generally the default for most web hosts. With that in mind, in addition to the fact that it's reasonably good, and also open source, you might as well get used to using it if you are going to be using any kind of the common web hosting companies.
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