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Current version 2.0 Currently supporting: PHP: 7.1 .. 8.0; Bootstrap: 4.5; JQuery: 3.5.1 / PHP 8.1 for test purposes.
Do not use Bootstrap 5 as this is all work-in-progress, test purpose.
Supported databases: SQLite, Oracle, SQLServer, OpenEdge (Progress), PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB.

Release 2.0 changes

By default, PHsPeed will not enable PDO for MySQL anymore. Before using PHsPeed, enable in the PDO Database drivers (in the right panel) the database(s) you use. SQLite is always required.

  • Make a full backup. Especially from your project folders that are in the same folder structure of PHsPeed.
  • If you start fresh, then create a project folder outside of the structure of PHsPeed, i.e. c:\data\phspeedprojects. That will avoid the above issue.
  • The new release contains a new Xampp version that supports PHP 8.1. There are some compatibility issues between PHP 8.0 and 8.1. If you encounter issues in the runtime of PHsPeed then please make a screenshot of the error message (containing file/line number) and send it to our support.
  • Verify that your installer is at least on version 6.2.A. Otherwise, the wrong license file will be loaded which will cause issues.

If you cannot get the system running, then you can mostly find the reason by: click here.

We can imagine that you might have loads of questions. Don't hesitate to ask them on our forum. Just create an account using the same email address as you used to register your product. We'll be most happy to answer them! Click here

Before you can start developing database applications, you must set up a valid connection in advance (Database→Connections). You MUST set up a valid connection so that the IDE can read the database for the required meta-data, and you MUST set up a valid PDO string so that PHP will know what to do. You will find more information on the videos, manuals, and courseware.

It is strongly advised to subscribe to one of the free introductory webinars that are given almost every week. This will help you to pick up PHsPeed much faster, and… it's free!

Oracle users: We have had remarks about performance time, retrieving meta-data. For Oracle, it is crucial to define a new user and assign the rights of the created database/tables to it so that the amount of reported tables is reduced to the tables that are actually used. If you don't and keep using SYS or SYSDBA, then Oracle will report ALL tables, including the system, to PHsPeed, which takes quite some time because the amount of tables is huge! For each table, PHsPeed will retrieve field names as well, resulting in poor response while accessing the meta-data.

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