Apache, PHP, MySQL, ColdFusion, and all the like
Near the end of the January, I talked about installing ColdFusion on my home computer. Starting this week (hopefully), I'll be writing a number of posts detailing how to go about doing these installations, with the express purpose of creating an environment for the testing of Web pages, or the learning of HTML/PHP/ColdFusion.
Why? Because while it's easy to find a free Web site provider of the first, it's hard to find a free provider of the second and third. Besides, while there are a number of installations which will help you through the installation - by doing it automatically - like WAMP, it's just more interesting and understandable if you do it yourself.
Since it's been a while since I've sat down and written a tutorial, it may be a bit hard around the edges at first, but I think it'll soften up as it comes along.
I'd like to write until I get to a good stopping point for each, so the next post isn't so much a requirement, as a next step.
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