A lightweight zero-install Web server package that runs on Windows. The project aims to provide the latest production/stable versions of Apache, MySQL, PHP, Adminer, MongoDB, MemCached, SQLite, eAccelerator, and Alternative PHP Cache (APC) to boost server performance.
- Easy-to-use controller in system tray
- Contains the latest versions of the WAMP stack components
- Full version includes Apache and PHP manuals (Windows help files) for offline use
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First impression - excellent (now I intend to test it). About editor - to replace Windows Notepad with any other editor I installed on win 8.1.1 64 bit NotepadReplacer binaryfortress.com. Works well with Notepad++ ver 6.6.8 jul 2014. 16.April 2016 - after more than 2 years testing on 64 bit Windows 8.1 and windows 10 - ZWAMP is excellent SW - everything I need works, also from USB stick, also 32 bit version on win XP. I tried 4-5 other simmilar SW but all have some problem, eg newest WAMP has problem with composer (php CLI). I am shure it can be solved but authors (same as mr. Cosca) just do not enough explain most important actions we do with such SW. My rating is all 5 of 5 because ZWAMP does what I need without complications. But explanations, and txt config files are problem in every SW. Fat Free PHP FW I could not test - explanations are not good for beginers, same as for Yii - too much talking about menus. Yes I know that fw and routing is much more than menus, but after 17 years working with Oracle Forms (menus are there two hours learning), It seems to me that all fw authors mistify too much. Same for web server packs.
Thanks for updates ;)
Great integration with Windows. Makes my work flow really easy.
Good project but........ Please make an option to disable automatic update checking. Thanks!
Please change your description from the no-install light-weight.... to at least include the fact that this install requires the host system to have Visual C++ installed (PHP 5+ requirement). Maybe a "System Requirements" section would cover this quite nicely and save people some hassle. Looks good once installed though.