PHP XMLMaker 1.0

PHP XMLMaker is a powerful and easy to use code generator that helps you create PHP scripts you can use for outputting XML files from a MySQL database.

You can instantly serves dynamic XML for Ajax, RSS, Flash or any other applications that consumes XML. PHP XMLMaker is designed for high flexibility, many options enable you to generate the XML in a format that best suits the client applications.

The generated codes are clean and easy-to-customize. PHP XMLMaker is an indispensable tool for modern Web development and is suitable for both beginners and experienced developers alike.

Key Features of PHP XMLMaker:
- Field value as XML element, attribute or CDATA
- Different null value handling methods
- Custom field value formatting function and custom function for each field to manipulate the field (as element)
- Custom functions for each table to manipulate each row and the final XML document
- Optional master/detail XML data
- Custom root tag name, row tag name and field tag/attribute name
- Custom View to store your SELECT statements
- Optional preset table filtering and sorting
- Server-side paging, sorting, basic and advanced searching
- Locale, default date format, caching options
- Saving and restoring project from project file
- Synchronize project settings with changes in database
- Creates virtual directory in IIS automatically
- Dynamic table loading
- Customizable template
- Template Extensions

Requirements:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later
- Service Pack 6 for Visual Basic 6.0: Run-Time Redistribution Pack (vbrun60sp6.exe)
- Microsoft Windows Script 5.7 (Windows 2000)
- Microsoft Windows Script 5.7 (Windows XP)
- Microsoft Windows Script 5.7 (Windows Server 2003)
- MSXML Parser 3.0
- DCOM98 for Windows 98, version 1.3 (Windows 98 only)
- Windows Web server
- PHP 5 (Note: PHP 4 is NOT supported)
- MySQL 3.21 or later, MySQL 4.x, MySQL 5.x

Limitations:
- 30 days fully functional trial

License type: Trial / USD 49.95
Date added: Aug. 23, 2010, 12:06 a.m. | Last updated: March 28, 2011, 8:23 p.m.