Release Notes: PHP 5.3.5 for Windows now has support for MySQL connection string remapping too. This means you won't have to change your PHP code in order to support HTTP over named pipes at all. The XSL extension has been added to PHP 5.3.5 for OS X. Now Portable Firefox is handled in more failsafe way.
Release Notes: This release adds support for PHP 5.3.5 for all platforms except Mac OS X for PowerPC-based computers.
Release Notes: HTTP over Named Pipes requires no changes to the arguments of mysql_connect() and mysqli_connect() PHP functions now. MySQL tables that use the InnoDB storage engine are correctly supported now. Native support and helper scripts have been added to allow running Wordpress-based sites from a CD or flash drive without efforts.
Release Notes: Project Manager now can optimize directory structure (by moving all helper directories into a single directory) and can pack a Project into a cross-platform ZIP file (which will produce correct file permissions on Mac and Linux after unpacking). The CDInspector utility has been greatly improved to be more intuitive to use. The recommended approach to creating Prototypes has been greatly simplified to make it even easier to create prototypes of CDs. Various improvements have been introduced.
Release Notes: Static web documents such as .css, .js, .jpg, .swf, .png, .flv can now be packed into encrypted storage to protect Intellectual Property. They will be served directly from that storage. It is now possible to back-port changes made to database and web documents from the prototype's output directory into input directories. Issues with Apache2-based core on Windows have been fixed. Issues with Linux support have been fixed. Various minor improvements and bug fixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release improves the use of MySQL and SQLite from Tomcat code running off a CD. It greatly improves and streamlines importing of MySQL databases from .sql files. It fixes an issue with browsing MySQL databases using CDInspector. Various minor improvements and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release adds support for HTTP over Named Pipes on Windows: now the server can be made listening only on named pipes. The included modified version of Portable Firefox does not use TCP sockets at all, but connects to a Web server using a named pipe. HTTP over Named Pipes solves all issues with firewalls that may be blocking server and browser operation. MySQL is run in named pipe-only mode when HTTP over Named Pipes is used. This eliminates all firewall warnings that confuse users. Support has been added for Apache2-based Web servers on Windows. Various minor improvements and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: Support for for Apple Mac OS X Snow Leopard has been added. Support for Mac OS X Leopard for PowerPC CPUs has been greatly improved.Various minor improvements and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for PHP 5.2.10 on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Zend and IonCube encoders are supported on all platforms for this version of PHP. A startup debugging kit has been added to analyze problems with starting a Web site from CD/DVD/USB.
Release Notes: This release has Portable Firefox embedded into the product for use as a browser on Mac OS X version 10.2 and above. Zend Optimizer is now supported for PHP 5.x on Mac OS X Intel. This addition makes Zend Optimizer completely supported by any PHP version on any operating system supported by Stunnix Advanced Web Server for CD and USB. Support has been added for the SOAP extension for PHP 5.x on all platforms. Various fixes and improvements have been made.