Create Website Quickly with PHPMaker  

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PHPMaker is a powerful automation tool that can generate a full set of PHP quickly from MySQL database. Using PHPMaker, you can instantly create Web sites that allow users to view, edit, search, add and delete records on the Web.

PHPMaker is designed for high flexibility, numerous options enable you to generate PHP applications that best suits your needs. The generated codes are clean, straightforward and easy-to-customize.

The PHP scripts can be run on both Windows or Linux/Unix servers. PHPMaker can save you tons of time and is suitable for both beginners and experienced develpers alike.


  • All scripts linked up properly
  • Optional PHP list, add/copy, view, edit, delete, multi-update and search pages for each table/view. (See Table Setup) Customizable table display order.
  • Optional Inline-Add, Inline-Copy, Inline-Delete, Inline-Edit right in the List page
  • Optional confirmation page before insering or updating record
  • Pagers in List/View page
  • Fully customizable View and Edit format for each field. (See Field Setup) Customizable field display order.
  • Client-side JavaScript validation
  • Optional search features (Quick, ExtendedQuick and Advanced) with search result highlight
  • Optional User ID and User Level Advanced Security to protect data from unauthorized access. (See Security Settings) Supports Parent User ID and Dynamic User Levels.
  • Complete user registration system with optional user activation
  • Optional HTML settings. Charset, font, CSS, HTML colors, HTML table settings with preview. (See HTML Settings)
  • Multiple Master/Detail pages
  • Various PHP options. Charset, locale, default date formats, etc . (See PHP Settings)
  • Saving and restoring project from Project File
  • Synchronize project settings with changes in database.
  • Creates virtual directory in IIS automatically
  • CSS stylesheet integration

More features and info can be found on its site. Btw you can try it by downloading at here.

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