WebStart

The default MAMP PRO WebStart page provides links to access utilities such as phpMyAdmin, phpInfo, SQLite Manager, phpLiteAdmin and the MAMP PRO Website.

MAMP PRO - WebStart

Tools

  • phpInfo
    phpInfo shows you information about the configuration of PHP.

    MAMP PRO - WebStart - phpInfo

    To access the phpInfo of each individual host see the Settings > Hosts > General section.

  • phpMyAdmin
    phpMyAdmin is a web based database admin tool written in PHP. Your MAMP PRO instance of phpMyAdmin can be accessed through a link in the WebStart page. The source files for this instance of phpMyAdmin are located in /Library/Application Support/appsolute/MAMP PRO/phpMyAdmin. Additional MySQL users can be created using the “User Accounts” tab.

  • phpLiteAdmin
    phpLiteAdmin is a web based SQLite database admin tool written in PHP with support for SQLite3 and SQLite2.

  • APC
    The Alternative PHP Cache (APC) is a free and open opcode cache for PHP. You can learn more about APC here.

    MAMP PRO - WebStart - Tools - APC

  • eAccelerator
    eAccelerator a free open-source PHP accelerator & optimizer. You can learn more about eAccelerator here.

    MAMP PRO - WebStart - Tools - eAccelerator

  • XCache
    XCache is a open-source opcode cacher. You can learn more about XCache here.

    MAMP PRO - WebStart - Tools - XCache

  • OPCache
    OPcache improves PHP performance by storing precompiled script bytecode in shared memory, thereby removing the need for PHP to load and parse scripts on each request. You can learn more about OPcache here.

    MAMP PRO - WebStart - Tools - OPCache

Tools

  • Documentation
    A click on this menu item opens the documentation for MAMP PRO.

  • Screencasts
    A click on this menu item opens our channel on YouTube. There you will find numerous screencasts about MAMP PRO.

  • Bugbase
    A click on this menu entry takes you to the bugbase. If you have found a bug in the software, you can enter it there and we will fix it as soon as possible. Of course you can also enter suggestions for improvement or wishes there.

Examples

Several examples show how to connect to the databases (MySQL, Redis, SQLite) using PHP, Python, Perl and Ruby. Examples for the connection to Redis and SQLite are available in PHP.