At some point, you will need to edit the data in your database. Installing phpMyAdmin is one way to gain access to your database and change what you need to change. After reading this guide, you should be able to:
- Install phpMyAdmin
Download and Install phpMyAdmin Locally
Download phpMyAdmin, uncompress it and place it in the root of your application. Rename the directory something more friendly like phpmyadmin instead of phpMyAdmin-x.x.x.x-language.
Rename & Edit config.inc.php
Rename config.sample.inc.php to config.inc.php and for a single database, make the following changes:
PHPEdit config.inc.php for a Single Database
Add PHP Extensions to Your Boxfile
Add the following php extensions needed to run phpMyAdmin into your app's Boxfile. If you have questions about the Boxfile, check out Understanding the Box File.
YAMLBoxfile PHP Extensions
Add, Commit, Push, Deploy & Enjoy
Add your edits to your git repo, commit the changes, push the new commit up to your Github repo, deploy your updated repo through your app Admin Panel and enjoy managing and editing your database.