For those who don’t know what is MAMP, MAMP is stands for Macintosh, Apache, MySQL and PHP. And it has offered the perfect solution for a local developing environment under Mac OS X. The MAMP is also available free of charge for smaller projects.
Recently, I got some notification on my phpmyadmin saying that I need to upgrade my phpmyadmin.
Upgrading the shipped phpMyAdmin to the latest version appears to be very easy. Just downloading and extracting it to the correct folder.
First, download the latest available version from phpMyAdmin’s download page. If you have MAMP, extract the files to the following directory (backup the old files first just in case): /Applications/MAMP/bin/phpMyAdmin.
Restart MAMP and go to http://localhost/phpMyAdmin, you’ll see that your phpMyAdmin interface is upgraded.
For people who has MAMP Pro, the correct location of your phpMyAdmin files is at /Library/Application Support/appsolute/MAMP PRO/phpMyAdmin.
P/S : If you want to change the url from phpMyAdmin to phpmyadmin, rename the folder accordingly.