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Description - Apache Essentials by Darren J. Harkness

This book teaches the reader how to install, configure and maintain an Apache web server, proving very useful both to web developers/designers who want to install one from scratch, and those who want to configure and use Apache servers hosted by third party companies. It will cover Mac/Unix, Linux, and Windows-based Apache. It will also serve to "demystify" Apache and show readers just how easy it really is (some people are put off it because it is not run on wizards like IIS is, and involves command line stuff and configuration files). Technology AbstractWindows 2000/XP/Me/98, Linux, and Mac OS 9/10 operating systems - looking at differences between Apache implementations on these systems.Apache 1.3/2.0 - the most popular open source web server around. Covers the Mac/UNIX, Linux and Windows versions. In terms of Apache versions, focus is mainly on 1.3, as its still the most widely used version. Also looks at the differences involved in 2.0.PHP/JSP (just for simple example web sites if needed?) - popular server-side scripting languages but not the main crux of the book.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781590593554
ISBN-10: 1590593553
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 178mm x mm)
Pages: 184
Imprint: APress
Publisher: APress
Publish Date: 28-May-2004
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Darren J. Harkness

Darren James Harkness is a creative engineer by day and a gypsy knife-eater by night. He's an old-school web developer who has been hand-developing quality, content-driven sites since 1995. He has an instinctive understanding of web standards and graphic design, along with a solid understanding of back-end development. You can find Darren online at