Powerful Web and PHP Development Environment for macOS
PhpWebStudy supports a wide range of technologies essential for web development. It includes PHP, MySQL, NGINX, Apache, MariaDB, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Memcached, Redis, and Pure-FTP, ensuring compatibility with most web applications and frameworks.
PhpWebStudy is an all-in-one PHP development environment that includes everything you need for PHP development. Dynamic servers, Static servers, DNS servers, FTP servers, PHP and NodeJS, Databases, Data caching, Data queues. For php development on macOS, all you need is PhpWebStudy!
- PhpWebStudy boasts a visually stunning and intuitive user interface, offering an exceptional user experience
- Run multiple PHP versions simultaneously, supports PHP5.x - PHP8.x
- Set the domain name, PHP version, port, SSL certificate, URLRewrite for each site individually
- Quickly create new projects, initialize with the selected framework, support: wordpress, laravel, yii2, symfony, thinkphp, codeIgniter, cakephp, slim
- Local DNS Server, access local sites from phones and other computers using domain names
Run multiple PHP versions at the same time
Automatic Multi-Domain SSL Certificates
A variety of useful tools to enhance the development experience
- System environment quick view and edit
- /etc/hosts file quick view and edit
- Select or drag and drop folders to quickly create static sites
- Quickly generate self-signed SSL certificates to access sites using https
- File information preview, view file size, creation and modification time, md5, sha, sha256 and other information
- Timestamp and time conversion to each other
- Port and Process Occupancy Finding and Cleaning
- PHP code obfuscation
- More tools are being added...
PhpWebStudy is currently free, there is no plan to charge. We don't rule out the possibility of a paid version, but even if there is a paid version, we guarantee that it will not affect the users who are already using it.
Supports macOS Big Sur 11 and higher macOS systems, and does not support non-macOS systems such as Linux and Windows.
No, PhpWebStudy does not provide any module binaries at this time, all binaries come from Homebrew and Macports, or are compiled by the user. Also, is there really anyone who develops for macOS and doesn't use Homebrew or Macports at all?
No effect, PhpWebStudy program files and user data are separate, delete or upgrade PhpWebStudy, will not affect the original data.
User's projects, which are not assigned to a specific folder, can be in any directory and are managed by the user.
The configuration files and database files of each module are in the ~/Library/PhpWebStudy/server folder, deleting or upgrading PhpWebStudy will not affect this folder.
PhpWebStudy supports PHP5.6-PHP8.x (latest version) by default. In fact, PhpWebStudy uses Homebrew and Macports to install PHP, so users can follow the official update of PHP to use the latest version of PHP.
PhpWebStudy includes the following PHP extensions: memcache redis ssh2 swoole xdebug amqp apcu calendar curl dba dbase enchant event exif ffi ftp gd gearman geoip gettext gmagick gmp iconv igbinary imagick imap intl ipc jsmin ldap lzf mailparse maxminddb mbstring mcrypt memcached meminfo mongodb mysql mysql_xdevapi oauth odbc opcache openssl openswoole oracle pcntl pcov posix postgresql pspell psr raphf rar rrd scrypt snmp soap sockets sodium solr sqlite sqlsrv stomp svm tideways_xhprof tidy timezonedb uploadprogress uuid vld xapian xmlrpc xsl yaf yaml yaz zip zstd
No need. PhpWebStudy provides ready-to-use default configuration files for each module, just use them. Users can also modify the configuration files for each module in a very intuitive and convenient way.
Compared to Docker, PhpWebStudy is more intuitive and ready-to-use. All modules run as native static binaries, which is faster and consumes fewer resources. Configuration files and log files are also easier to view and modify.
Compared to Homebrew, PhpWebStudy is more centralized and intuitive. There's no need to enter commands, or search through folders for configuration files and log files. You're already using Homebrew, why not take it a step further and try PhpWebStudy?
Compared with MAMP, XAMPP, herd, PhpWebStudy relies on Homebrew and Macports, which have a much larger developer base, to support a much more comprehensive range of modules, and can use the latest version of PHP, Mysql or other modules in a timely manner, some of the older versions can also be used. And do not have to wait for MAMP, XAMPP, herd, etc., completely their own software to provide.
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