How to Access MySQL CLI in MAMP with MAC OS X

The first thing you need to do is to start MAMP and once it is running just type the command below. /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysql -uroot -p Then enter the password “root”, which is the default password for MAMP if you have not changed it of course. If it was successful then you should get something like this bellow Of course, using that command can a hassle so what I usually do is create an alias command for it, like this. sudo nano

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How to Update PHP on Mac OS X fast and easy

Doing a PHP update can be a daunting task when you don’t know what you are doing. I created this post to help guys do just that. The Mac OS X comes with Apache and PHP pre-installed, but most of the time they are a couple of versions behind, meaning outdated. Mac OS 10.11 (El Capitan) pre-installed with PHP 5.5 Mac OS 10.12 (Sierra) pre-installed with PHP 5.6 Mac OS 10.14 (Mojave) pre-installed with PHP 7.1 Most of the time

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Is PHP Dead?

This articles will not be long I promised, cause I’m jumping to facts right away. I’m going to answer the question is PHP dead, and hopefully, put some light into this subject; so that people know the truth. As some of you know, I have a lot of courses on PHP, that doesn’t mean I will be biased when I speak about it because I also code in many other languages like JavaScript, Python, Java, C/C++, and C#. is PHP

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Installing or Updating PHP on MAC OS X

I created this small post to show some of you how to install PHP on MAC OS X. There are a couple ways of doing this, but I like to use CURL. Head over to your terminal, or just search for terminal your Spotlight Search (Magnifier Glass) which is located on the right top screen on your MAC. Or you can find in your launchpad (the rocket symbol in your dock), c’mon is the bottom of your screen. ¬†Copy and

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