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This week we cover the Zend Encoder, a program which allows for you to distribute encoded versions of your software, therefore protecting your intellectual property and making sure that your licenses are upheld. First we go over exactly what the encoder does and a little bit of how it works, and then I'll move on to cover the open source alternative(s) and finally, give our humble opinion on the product.

  1. Zend Encoder Review
  2. Overview
  3. Market Needs
  4. Improvements anyone
  5. Overall
By: Sterling Hughes
Rating: starstarstarstarstar / 21
May 11, 2001

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The Zend encoder right now excels at its job, encoding PHP scripts, and I don't see a lot of room for improvement in that regard. However, I do think that the installation process for the encoder does need to be worked on, currently it a bit too much end user work. Also something that would be nice, but not necessary, is a GUI interface to encoding scripts (click and encode).

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