Update - July, 2007 - You can signup for BuildExec Account here!
Finally, an Installation Generator for all PHP applications!
Imagine you've just spent months writing a revolutionary PHP application and
you are now looking to sell licenses for it. You have a great product
but you are dreading coding another PHP installation process.
Almost all PHP installation processes perform the same operations and no
software developer enjoys "reinventing the wheel". This is where
BuildExec comes in! In just a few minutes, you can have a completely
professional, stable, and powerful PHP installation process for any
Here are some highlights of the BuildExec installation generator:
- Choose from 6 pre-made installation steps or create your own!
- Have complete control over the installation with simple yet
- Be sure your installation is compatible with most servers by
using our tested software.
- BuildExec is compatible with all PHP applications -
- Generate a complete professional installation in 10 minutes! BuildExec saves dozens of hours of programming and debugging time to let you
focus on your PHP application!
How can I get started?
We currently have a Special Promotion on so that developers can generate
an installation sequence for their applications at absolutely no cost.
Each BuildExec account comes with 1 Product Credit and the
chance to generate one installation package for your product. Start creating professional Installers with BuildExec Now!.
Update - May
- We've added two screenshot galleries accessible from the
"How it Works
Update - May 18, 2005 - We've removed the
Installation Credits from BuildExec. Now each solution comes with an
unlimited amount of generated installation packages. Only free trials
are limited to one installation per product.
Who created BuildExec?
In October 2006, Kentucky basedTubiRon Software acquired all rights to BuildExec.
Silverlime Communications Inc., a corporation of Ontario, Canada,
originally designed and developed BuildExec. It was
created after the PHP development team was given the job of creating yet
another installation sequence for a Silverlime product. Instead of
doing the same old programming, the team decided to invest their time into
creating something bigger, modular, and license-able to the general public.