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Video tutorial & screenshots

  • Main window
  • Project Window
  • Main Interface
  • Project Window
  • Main Window
  • Main window
  • Main window
  • Screenshot of the program.
  • Settings

Editorial review


Prasanna Fadnis Senior editor

The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 5.2
PHP Runner is a wizard that generates PHP codes to access local or remote databases. This application saves plenty of time for developers, as they won't need to worry about creating forms manually for database operations.
PHP Runner is an intelligent application. It is easy to install and hassle free. It can be operated by anyone and can create a complete database interface or a front-end application in PHP to access a database. The application has a built-in database connector and one has to provide only the database name to be used. You can select the tables (columns) and fields (rows) to be included. This wizzard builds an attractive interface and provides the choice of templates. The user is allowed to select the destination path for the output files. PHP Runner makes the task easy by generating PHP codes, Javascripts, HTML, and other required files that a web application requires. PHP Runner is a user-friendly application. It supports various databases such as oracle, MySQL, MS Access, and SQL Server.


  • Easy to install and use.
  • Easy to learn.
  • Saves time.


  • Highly priced.
  • Only pre-defined templates can be used, no facility to create your own template.
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What's new in version 8.0

- fixed controls in tabs on Add/Edit pages.

Publisher's description

PHPRunner lets you create a PHP-based web application with very little coding. It features a WYSIWYG visual editor with drag-and-drop capabilities. You will be able to password-protect the access to your web applications with flexible security and permissioning.
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