Ft Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
SecureBucket, an online site for showcasing, supporting and innovating exciting projects, receives positive year end results for a handful of their most successful products on the Web. The products, created by the users for the users, include Arch PHP, PHP Docs-to-go, SecureBucket, myTrustBucket, and REM-I-CON.
Increasing popularity with public testing and user feedback has contributed to the growing success each product has gathered based on the continued improvements and additions.
ArchPHP.org was launched as the official homepage for SecureBucket’s Arch PHP Framework and is available to download for free. The site contains several features including online users support for public testing, video tutorials highlighting the ins and outs of Arch PHP functionality, and a step-by-step breakdown of how to get started. The stable release of the framework is expected in January.
PHP Docs-to-go is the complete PHP manual including user notes that works 100% offline. The App has more than 12,000 doc files that can be searched by either partial or exact function names.
myTrustBucket is a revolutionary website where users can build their reputation which in turn unlocks different features to give users a more powerful voice. Customers, users and visitors can anonymously review a website based on personal experiences while Trustscore rates how trustworthy a user is.
REM-I-CON, which stands for Remotely-in-Control, is an extension for Google Chrome which clears cookies, history, windows, bookmarks, and uninstalls Apps or Extensions. It is a free service only requiring a simple registration, and ensures no private data is sent to the control server to protect the customer’s information.
To visit SecureBucket online, please go to securebucket.com
About Secure Bucket Inc:
Secure Bucket Inc. was created by owner Richard Wagener to showcase, support and innovate anything that creates a well combined excitement. The website is currently a venue for popular internet services, open source projects, HTML layouts and showcased sites. Arch PHP and the new ArchPHP.org are owned by SecureBucket Inc. and Richard Wagener.