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Hello everyone, am new in php frameworks and I have a question. Is it a good practice to always create DBs and tables using migrations, or is it better to use the traditional way (console, phpmyadmin, adminer, pgsql, etc ...)?
By migrations, you can track the history of changes to the database structure and roll back if necessary.
I always start a new project using just PHPMyAdmin. If the project is getting more serious I start using migration and at about the same time I put the project under version control on Github so that I have backup and I can use branches. Rarely I catch the correct moment for this, sometimes I am late, sometimes I do it too early. But that's the way I do it.
Either use a .env file to set it, or an envrionment varia