Archive for May 24th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

AMPPS is a cross-platform development stack of popular free and open source web applications. AMPPS includes Apache, MySQL, PHP, Perl, Python, and a Softaculous auto-installer that lets you quickly install and configure 300-plus popular web applications, ranging from blogging apps, such as WordPress, to popular mail systems, such as SquirrelMail, and cloud-based services, such as ownCloud.


Image courtesy of Softaculous

AMPPS is easy to install and doesn’t replace any of OS X’s built-in versions of Apache, PHP, Perl, or other development tools. This means you don’t need to worry about misconfiguring a service and causing problems with OS X or any utility that uses OS X installed versions of Apache, MySQL, or other open source web apps.

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