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XAMPP is a very easy to install Apache Distribution for Linux, ...

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XAMPP is a very easy to install Apache Distribution for Linux, Solaris, Windows and Mac OS X. The package includes the Apache web server, MySQL, PHP, Perl, a FTP server and phpMyAdmin.

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  • Apache
  • MySQL
  • PHP
  • Perl
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Highest Rated

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I develop my web-projects on xampp. It's nice to develop without a connection to the internet!

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Lowest Rated

1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

Very useful project!

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wes_shaw
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Excellent project. Support/forum moderation people are arrogant and overbearing. MySQL IS waning, the writing (freedom software foundation verifies that commercial use (for free) is prohibited) is on the wall. MariaDB IS the logical predecessor because of its compatibility. An option to install one or the other would be ideal. This software is one of the driving pre-development options for a whole generation of neophyte developers hoping to eventually develop something that will be able to perform a commercial function. Maintaining that MySQL (who now blatantly require that you either pay up or go fully open-source) be the database of choice removes that ability. If XAMPP is now owned by ORACLE as well, then this is financially justified. If it is indeed Open Source, then listen to the people and get in touch with the winds of change. Get rid of the autocratic moderators, it gives XAMPP a huge black eye. NutShell: If you're just playing with web applications, this is perfect. If you eventually want to make something you can sell, go elsewhere or wait until it offers an alternative or two to MySQL.

Posted 06/18/2014
nimbosa
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excellent on all platforms!

Posted 05/28/2014
ryadia
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I've been using XAMPP for several version to develop working websites before uploading. Hopefully the current version has corrected a most annoying habit of leaving the command (DOS) window open after starting. Otherwise... I can see very little difference between the first version I used with Windows XP and the current flavor. I can't help asking "Are you fixing something that isn't broken?"

Posted 05/15/2014
frn2000
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excellent job

Posted 03/13/2014
santacruzlocal
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okay...

Posted 03/03/2014
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