Tyree wrote:I'm wondering if it can be secured in such as way to make it safe
Tyree wrote:or if there's another cheap/free alternative to XAMPP that is good for a production environment.
Tyree wrote:So, it's basically still a (Windows or Linux) AMP setup
Tyree wrote:just with tighter security out of the box?
Tyree wrote:All the Apache and PHP settings are still available as they are with XAMPP?
You are not required to enter a license to use Zend Server Community Edition. However, you must have a valid license to use the complete edition of Zend Server Community Edition.
How do I just take a look at the product?
If you enter Zend Server Community Edition without a license, you can run Zend Server Community Edition in the Community Edition Mode. In this mode, Zend Server 's Community Edition features ( PHP 5.x, Zend Data Cache, Zend Debugger, Zend Guard Loader, Zend Java Bridge and Zend Optimizer+) are available and the features that require a license are visible and disabled.
Tyree wrote:I see that MySQL is not listed as one of the features available withOUT a license. Is that the case?
Tyree wrote:(Very interested in the debugging though. I never have been able to use a debugger for php like I have when coding VB in MS Visual Studio. Closest I got was Netbeans, but I never could get Xdebug working. I guess you have to have Zend Studio to use the debugging though, huh?)
Tyree wrote:Which setup for debugging/IDE do you use/suggest?
Tyree wrote:My current editor of choice is Dreamweaver simply because it has a designer view (my other, larger hat). But, it pretty much sucks as a php editor.
Tyree wrote:But no designer view whatsoever. I'm always floored by that. Why can't I find a good IDE with a design view?
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