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Deploy PHP!

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Deploy PHP! Alternatives

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  1. An elegant PHP testing framework with a focus on simplicity

    Open Source

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  2. An integrated scratchpad for PHP

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  3. Auto arrange all your app windows, whether on one screen or many with a single click!

    Try for free freemium $39.99 / Annually (One PC, One Year)

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  4. Update React Native apps without re-submitting to Apple

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  5. React-inspired Swift library for writing UIKit UIs

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  6. Server Admin for Programmers

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  7. CloudQA is a testing automation platform for web application which allows to build reliable, code less, reusable cross-browser test cases for effective test automation.

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  8. Online visual editor for serialized data

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  9. Deploy your site with 🚨 Big Red Button

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  10. Provision and deploy your PHP applications 🛠️🚀

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  11. Flagsmith lets you manage feature flags and remote config across web, mobile and server side applications. Deliver true Continuous Integration. Get builds out faster. Control who has access to new features. We're Open Source.

    Try for free Open Source freemium

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  13. Easy-to-use iteration app for non-designers

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  14. Code, create, andlearn together. Use our free, collaborative, in-browser IDE to code in 50+ languages — without spending a second on setup.

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