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Hey,

I'm new with my mac. But i'm looking for something liek WAMP. to do php with a mysql database without uploading everything online.
just put it in a folder, and put it to a browser and it'll be like it's on a php server. with php myadmin and all. Possibly free application.


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For great refference to others. I have found a program called "MAMP". Which has php, mysql and apache all other. just like "WAMP" on the windows.
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Actually, the built in HTTP server is Apache, fully configured with PHP and Perl. You just need to turn them on in the configuration file. That being said, there are some odd compile time configuration options, so using MAMP is probably good if you want fine control.
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