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PHP Server and SQL Server on Mac


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Hi

iMac is on its way and as a (amateur/for fun) web developer I was wondering what people can recommend for servers? I would need to run a server which ran SQL and PHP, like Apache. Do such packages come for Macs?

Finally are there are nifty apps for coding, I heard of one called Coda, any good?

Really finally this time, are there any free/cheap web graphics editors, like Fireworks for Macs?

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Bump.

No input or knowledge on this at all?
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Hosting: I use www.avahost.com for the same stuff.

HTML: I have not found a good solution yet. I have tried Dreamweaver, freeway, iweb, rapid weaver, etc. I was an old FrontPage user. Building tables was my skill and I can't seam to master it on any of the above. Let me know what you find. I am moving most of my sites to Wordpress.org and playing with the code inside.
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OS X already ships with Apache's web server. Here's an article on getting it going. http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/ma...07/apache.html

Also, there are some very useful articles about various database options, and PHP implementation, on this page from Apple's Developer Connection: http://developer.apple.com/internet/...rce/index.html

Hope this helps!

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