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Learn the basics of PHP (including variables, logical expressions, loops, and functions), and discover how to connect to a MySQL database and develop a complete web application.
Get up and running with nano, a lightweight text editor for command-line editing on Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Learn to install and configure WordPress locally on a Mac with MAMP and MAMP PRO, and set the stage for more serious WordPress development.
Learn how to install and configure Apache, MySQL, and PHP, known collectively as the AMP stack, on a local development computer. These tutorials work with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux systems.
Learn how to connect to SSH servers, transfer files securely, and set up SSH.
Learn how to connect to FTP servers from a client, a browser, or the command line.
Quick and easy tips for troubleshooting your desktop or laptop Mac.
Need a powerful development environment? Learn how to quickly install and configure a virtual Linux web server on your Mac or Windows computer.
Learn how to prepare your IT infrastructure for virtualization, and create and manage virtual machines with Hyper-V and VMware Workstation.
Protect your sites—and your servers—from Heartbleed. Learn how to audit, test, and fix vulnerability issues associated with OpenSSL.
Learn how to query data from SQL Server tables.
Set up your own cloud services in any office, school, studio, or other small organization with Apple's affordable and easy-to-install OS X Server.
A fast-paced introduction to Bash script, a popular shell scripting language on Mac OS X and Linux.
Make sure your network's SQL Servers are secure, using best practices for physical, instance, network, and file system security.
Learn how to install, secure, and maintain SQL Server 2012.
Shows how to create full-featured, object-oriented web applications with the Ruby on Rails framework.
Learn to build and deploy a dynamic website using ASP.NET.
Learn to install and configure WordPress locally on Windows with Microsoft WebMatrix, the free server/database/scripting language combo that sets the stage for more serious WordPress development.
Learn to install and configure WordPress locally on Windows with WAMP, the open-source server/database/scripting language combo that sets the stage for more serious WordPress development.
Shows how to set up a site with a web host and perform common server tasks.
Shows how to deliver media across platforms and devices in Flash Media Server 4.5.
Shows what servers are and why they're necessary, and how to set up Lion Server quickly.
Explores all the major features of SQL Server 2008, beginning with core concepts.
Shows how to set up a brand-new system or migrate data to a new Snow Leopard server installation.
Explains the configuration and implementation of a ColdFusion 9 environment, including everything necessary for full implementation of ColdFusion in a web development.
Breaks down the complicated subject of Leopard server and shows how to set up and configure each service.
Teaches the essentials of internet application development using ColdFusion 8.
Delves into the details of the software's services and configuration options.
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