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phpmyadmin - A web interface for MySQL and MariaDB

  •    PHP

A web interface for MySQL and MariaDB. You can get the newest release at https://www.phpmyadmin.net/.

Mongo Express - Web-based MongoDB admin interface, written with Node.js and express

  •    Javascript

mongo-express is a web-based MongoDB admin interface written with Node.js, Express and Bootstrap3. It has support to work with multiple database, GridFS support, Replication etc.

docker-nginx-php-mysql - Docker running Nginx, PHP-FPM, MySQL & PHPMyAdmin

  •    Makefile

Docker running Nginx, PHP-FPM, Composer, MySQL and PHPMyAdmin. Before installing project make sure the following prerequisites have been met.

docker - Docker container for phpMyAdmin

  •    PHP

Run phpMyAdmin with Alpine, supervisor, nginx and PHP FPM. All following examples will bring you phpMyAdmin on http://localhost:8080 where you can enjoy your happy MySQL administration.




dockerweb - A docker-powered single-file PaaS for shared cloud web hosting management

  •    Shell

A docker-powered single-file PaaS for shared cloud web/app hosting management. The ultimate Docker LAMP/LEMP Stack.To upgrade you just need to run docweb upgrade first and then if necessary rebuild all the images with docweb build:all and re-run all the containers to use new images built.

ansible-role-phpmyadmin - Ansible Role - phpMyAdmin

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Installs phpMyAdmin on RHEL/CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu. phpMyAdmin is a simple interface for interacting with MySQL databases via a web browser. It is not necessarily the most secure or efficient method of managing databases, but for those who need a GUI, this one is better than many others. I (geerlingguy) would personally never run it on a production server, nor do I use it myself (I use Sequel Pro or simply interact with the database via CLI/APIs), but it seems many people like it (especially people stuck on a Windows machine with no good MySQL GUIs :).

docker-phpmyadmin - phpMyAdmin as Docker container, based on official image, always latest version

  •    PHP

This container may be used with MySQL or MariaDB linked containers. If you like this image - you may also like set of images for WebServer.

docker-lamp - Debian 9, Apache 2

  •    VCL

This docker setup works with Debian 9, Varnish 5.2/5.1/5.0/4.0, Apache 2.4, PHP 7.2/7.1/7.0/5.6, MySQL 8.0/5.7/5.6/5.5/ and Redis 4.0/3.2/3.0. This setup have Mailhog and phpMyAdmin as helper tools. This is keopx Docker Drupal optimized images for apache-php with varnish and MySQL.


phalcon-vm - Vagrant configuration for PHP7, Phalcon 3.x and Zephir development.

  •    Javascript

Phalcon VM is an open source Vagrant configuration which contains wide range of tools required in modern web development. Like a Swiss Army Knife, Phalcon VM allows you to easily activate and use tools required for you project. The primary goal of this project is to provide an approachable development environment with a modern server configuration for project written with PHP7 and Phalcon 3.x framework. The project also contains compiled Zephir executable, which allows you to go even further, beyond just PHP. However it doesn't mean that you have to use only Phalcon framework, you can use it with your framework of choice.

website - phpMyAdmin's website generator

  •    Python

Django code for phpMyAdmin's website. Edit announcements and news entries in the web UI.

kickoff-docker-php - :whale: :elephant: :rocket: Easily setup a PHP project with Docker

  •    Shell

Download and install Docker (>= 17.06) for your platform. Note: This project won't work using the legacy desktop solution, aka Docker Toolbox.

vagrant-centos7-ansible-lamp - Ansible example using Vagrant to deploy Centos7 server with Apache2

  •    Smarty

This personal development VM with Ansible provisioning is fully working example. I created this VM in order to have a proper php testbed for my php applications. After vagrant up, the main url will welcome you with phpinfo(). I hope you will enjoy this VM and I always accept recommendations and requests. Your /var/www/project folder will be synced with with vagrants apache root directory. Note, that if you run it first time, vagrant will download the guest OS (414 MB of Centos 7 in this case) box from internet, which in my case took 8 minutes and will save it locally so that vagrant can use it later.

craftcms3-docker - Get started playing with Craft CMS 3 in a few command lines with Docker

  •    PHP

The PHP and Nginx images are host on Docker Hub because first build takes a long time. You can use your own custom version by modifying your docker-compose.yml.

ubuntu-bootstrap - WebSharks Ubuntu Bootstrap: VirtualBox + Vagrant + Landrush, running Ubuntu 16

  •    Shell

VirtualBox + Vagrant + Landrush, running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xersus) with your choice of Nginx or Apache + MariaDB (MySQL), PHP (choice of PHP 7.1, PHP 7.0, PHP 5.6, PHP 5.5), and WordPress. You need VirtualBox, Vagrant, and a DNS plugin. The following commands will do the trick for you.