Whether training software, a reference work or a funky little app you've created for yourself, Serlient can help you give a professional touch to your HTML/PHP client application.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:15 Size 3320 kb Licence Demo Status Major Update Languages English OS Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP Homepage triplehash.com Author Triplehash cc
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Description: Whether training software, a reference work or a funky little app you've created for yourself, Serlient can help you give a professional touch to your HTML/PHP client application.
Serlient lets you:
- have full control over the browser, from its initial size, to its caption!
- use PHP in your applications without having to install a web server first!
- do things you cannot normally do in HTML (exit the application, bookmark a page without annoying dialogs and many more)
All this and more for only $99, with no additional royalties are required! Short tags: web, software, programs, client side php, development, windows System Requirements: Windows /2000/xp, IE4.0+
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