Why? Well, first of all it was all because of phpPgAdmin – which is one huge mess for shared hosting providers (like me) – why would I need to show system databases or other client databases to some stranger? I know you can do some hard-core configuration, but why isn’t it built like phpMyAdmin – single db access?
So, yes, I created a tool that asks for database name and user credentials, so there is access to only single database with hidden pg_* shemas, etc. And while creating that, I thought why the hell shouldn’t I create a similar tool for MySQL.
Also it’s built to easily integrate into other systems – it’s basically 4 class files. Great solution for cPanel or Plesk like software. It can be configured to access a single database while only asking for username and password, or even completely locked to single credentials.
Current version (1.0alpha) is mostly a database browser, but it has raw SQL command tab and it can import/export plain text SQL dumps.
PS. It’s mod_rewrite only … for now :/
PPS. Here are some screenshots: