Website of Xamp which is a easy to install server
with Php and Mysql = safe and trusted
Review by Nilcimery Romsøe6 years ago
Good clean trustworthy site , easy navigation
Review by Bafford6 years ago
A good and useful website for any developer.
Review by Woestenborghs6 years ago
Mal eben schnell eine Entwicklungsumgebung für PHP/MySQL aufbauen? Das kann eine nervenaufreibende Angelegenheit werden. Server installieren, diverse Paketabhängigkeiten auflösen, Module kompilieren und Konfigdateien editieren...
Wer schneller starten will kommt an XAMPP wohl kaum vorbei. Schmerzfrei und schnell sind alle notwendigen Pakete in einem Aufwasch installiert und mit bewährten Defaulteinstellungen vorkonfiguriert, so dass man in der Regel ohne große Anpassung loslegen kann.
Die perfekte Wahl für die lokale Entwicklungsumgebung unter Windows oder Mac.
Review by Florangela6 years ago
Ein sehr gutes Programm für ein PHP Server zu erstellen. Es werden auch immer sehr schnell Fehler behoben.
Review by Ayantunde8 years ago
Good site, safe
Review by KennethDutton8 years ago
Great software bundle.
Review by Dagma9 years ago
Sehr gute Seite und gut durchdachtes komfortables Paket.
Review by SandiM Wodzynski9 years ago
Excellent program, makes setting up Apache for developing/testing very easy (as easy as you are going to get with Apache). No malware detected.
Review by Seniz9 years ago
Excellent site...Rather than installing PHP, APACHE and MYSQL separately, installing their XAMPP is much more easy and effective. Thanks developers....
Review by Amgelita10 years ago
Great package all inclusive for AMP server.
Review by Pepstain10 years ago
Apache Friend support forum
Review by MellowJello10 years ago
XAMPP's great. Now I can have all kinds of fun on my PC.
Review by Quanece10 years ago
If you don't know what this is, you probably don't need it. On the other hand, you might need it but not know it. If your a website designer or engineer, you might find it just about the most useful site there is if you're doing this job for the first time, or want to train someone else.
If you're building a website on a webhost which runs the Apache server on Linux, as most do, you'll know the nerve-wracking experience of uploading a new development or some new media that doesn't work as planned, and then having to pull it as fast as you can before any visitors see it. It can be as simple as a page of text on which there is some glaring typo you never noticed until it went "live", or something as disastrous as a formatting change which makes the entire site unreadable in one hit. And don't get me off on programming languages where a missed apostrophe crashes the whole thing and leads to hours of peering at close text with a magnifier.
So there are two main options: have a second, test site which is password protected so only you can see it, or have your test site on your desktop computer and have your disasters right there.
The first idea is pretty much essential if you're working with a team in different places, but it takes up more webspace as you need to copy everything at least once, and you probably don't back it up as often as you should nor keep enough notes to properly track all the changes because it's too much of a hassle.
The second option is great if you're working alone or with a team in the one place. It all happens on the desktop or laptop, you can make as many backups as you like, even onto USB memory sticks, and it's much easier to keep track of. But there's a good reason why a lot of people don't do it.
The trouble is, unless you're already running Linux at home and have the geek skills to implement a local server, you'll need to install a whole bunch of Windows or Mac software in which each part has a complex relationship with the others, involving the server itself, the programming language(s) and a database application at the very least. And in the past this was always a terrible hassle to do, and it was often just plain simpler to go the other way and try and do it all online. If you were a designer rather than an engineer, you wouldn't want to get your hands dirty, so to speak, messing around with all this stuff.
Enter the apachefriends.org project, which provides Windows and Mac users with a simple, self-installing package called XAMPP containing everything you need to create the same environment at home as your website will have online. All the basics are there, including Apache, PHP, Perl, MySQL, the FileZilla FTP server, the Mercury mail server, phpMyAdmin, Webalizer and more, plus there are add-ons for more esoteric applications. And it's all free, under the GNU license, which means everyone is able to take advantage of it and there's an active community able to help each other out.
When I first installed this I watched happily as it dumped a total of 8502 files onto my PC in under five minutes and was immediately ready to use. When I first started messing around building websites about 13 or 14 years ago I'd have given my right arm for this (I'm left-handed).
Review by Uditanshu10 years ago
Membuat sendiri server pada PC lokal tanpa internet
Review by Xaoc10 years ago
Main site for Apache. Definitely safe.
Review by Redditjesus10 years ago
XAMPP ist eine Distribution von Apache, MySQL, PHP und Perl, die es ermöglicht diese Programme auf sehr einfache Weise zu installieren.
Review by MrRenovator11 years ago
Official site of XAMPP, a localized Apache server for Windows and Linux for testing purposes. Very useful and safe application.
Review by Algina12 years ago
Sehr gute Seite und nützliche Sachen für Programmierer von Webanwendungen..
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