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Configuring Your Environment

Abstract

Chances are you’re going to rely upon an existing IT infrastructure or a third-party web hosting provider for hosting your PHP-driven web sites, alleviating you of the need to have a deep understanding of how to configure and administrate a web server. However, as most developers prefer to develop applications on a local workstation/laptop or on a dedicated development server, you’ll probably need to know how to at least install and configure PHP and a web server (in this case, Apache and Microsoft IIS).

Keywords

Configuration File Output Buffer Safe Mode Installation Process Window Platform 
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© W. Jason Gilmore 2010

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