PhpDock is a Web Server and Web Browser combined in one, small executable, capable of both running PHP scripts and rendering resulting HTML in the application Window. All you need to do is place PHP scripts in the document root directory of PhpDock.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Unix
Description: PhpDock enables you to deploy any PHP web application as a Stand Alone Windows Desktop application w/o any changes in the code.
PhpDock is a Web Server and Web Browser combined in one, small executable, capable of both running PHP scripts and rendering resulting HTML in the application Window. With PhpDock you can deploy the same PHP or HTML application both on the central Web Server and on each client as a Desktop application.
PhpDock combines NuSphere's powerful embeded Srv webserver and browser components.
With PhpDock, your php applications will work right out of the box. There's no need to provide long and complicated instructions on Apache and Php installation to your clients. PhpDock site license lets you distribute this deployment solution along with your php applications to provide easy and comprehensive installation and instant functioning of your php scripts.
All you need to do is place PHP scripts in the document root directory of PhpDock - now your users can run your PHP web application without the webserver, browser or even Internet connection at all.
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