Whether you like it or hate it, you may have to deal with MySQL at some point. A lot of users think the only way to manage those databases is from the MySQL shell within a terminal. Yes, that's one way. But there are also several tools available that can help you manage the MySQL databases. Let's take a look at five of them.
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