Connect to MySQL on your Vagrant Machine

I’ve been working on setting up a Go server in vagrant today and one thing I ran into was the lack of phpMyAdmin. Because it’s a Go server there’s no PHP and phpMyAdmin needs, surprise, PHP.

I’ve used MySQL Workbench in the past for remote database management so I figured I’d just use that instead of phpMyAdmin. Connecting to my vagrant box turned out to require a bit more work than simply entering the IP address and port though.
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Versions and Cache

In development, we all have small tricks to make our lives a little more comfortable. Solutions for issues we’ve learned a long time ago. Something we use without thinking about them anymore. We assume everyone knows these tricks but they don’t. And that’s okay, you probably use some tricks that I don’t know yet. That’s why I think it’s important we share these tricks with each other. Hopefully all our (development) lives will become a little more comfortable.
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