How to Turn PHP and HTML into Windows Apps with ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1
ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 combines the PHP runtime and all source files (PHP, HTML, assets, JS, JSON, XML, PDF and other mimetypes) into one single EXE[^6^]. You can easily manage the files of your application to be compiled with the integrated File Manager. You can also configure your app visually with various settings and options, such as security, interface, compression, digital signature and more.
To get started with ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1, you need to download the setup file from the official website[^5^] and install it on your computer. The installation process is simple and straightforward, and you can choose whether to install it for all users or only for yourself. Once installed, you can launch the software and create a new project or open an existing one.
The main window of ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 has a ribbon interface with various tabs and buttons that let you access different features and functions. You can also use the menu bar or the context menu to perform common tasks. The File Manager panel shows you the files that are included in your project, and you can add or remove files as needed. The Output panel displays messages and logs from the compiler and the application.
To compile your project into an EXE file, you need to click on the Compile button on the Home tab or press F9 on your keyboard. You can also preview your app in a browser or run it directly from ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 by using the buttons on the Run tab. You can also test your app on different devices by using the Device Emulation feature on the Tools tab.
ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 is a powerful and flexible tool that lets you create Windows apps from PHP and HTML with ease. You can download a free trial version from the official website[^5^] and try it out for yourself. If you like it, you can purchase a license key that includes one year of free updates and support[^4^]. You can also find more information and tutorials on the website and the online documentation[^4^].
In this section, we will show you how to create a simple Windows app with ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 that displays a hello world message. You will need to have ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 installed on your computer and a text editor of your choice.
First, open ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1 and create a new project by clicking on the New Project button on the Home tab or pressing Ctrl+N on your keyboard. You will see a dialog box where you can enter the name and location of your project, as well as the main source file name. For this example, we will name our project HelloWorld and our main source file index.php. Click OK to create the project.
Next, open your text editor and create a new file named index.php in the same folder as your project. In this file, write the following code:
Save the file and switch back to ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1. You will see that the index.php file has been added to your project in the File Manager panel. You can also double-click on it to open it in the built-in editor of ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1.
Now, you are ready to compile your project into an EXE file. Click on the Compile button on the Home tab or press F9 on your keyboard. You will see a progress bar and some messages in the Output panel. When the compilation is done, you will see a message saying \"Compilation successful\".
To run your app, click on the Run Application button on the Run tab or press F5 on your keyboard. You will see a window with a title bar that says \"HelloWorld - Powered by ExeOutput for PHP\" and a web browser that displays \"Hello world!\".
Congratulations! You have just created your first Windows app with ExeOutput for PHP V1.4.1. aa16f39245