In my projects we have to deal with exporting system/meta data sync with production server on a regular basis and this seems to be easier than using utilities provided by GUI tools, be it HeidiSQL, PHPMySQL, SQLYog or anything else. Though it depends on project to project and person to person but many times when we have to restore big backup created with HeidiSQL or SQLYog I have seen programs/database exhausted such that increasing packet size won’t help either. But mysqldump/mysql restore always been a piece of cake to walk with.
Sybase SQL Anywhere Database is buggy when we sort results by column which is having granularity close to Zero
I am not sure how many MySQL developers are using HeidiSQL for development but I am sure those who are using it will be fan of some of it’s features.!
I have been using HeidiSQL tool for my php/mySQL development for a while now. (more than a year and half..!). Before few months I have upgraded to newer version of HeidiSQL which is 4.1 RC1. It has got quite new and exciting features, looks and skins are improved.
MySQL 5.1 general availability is announced and it is available to be used for production use.
Here is list of great tools for PHP/MySQL 1. phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. Currently it can create and drop databases,...