On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 6:23 AM, James Yerge <ja...@nixsecurity.org> wrote:
> On 09/07/2011 12:24 AM, Chris Stinemetz wrote:
> Does anyone have a procedure or know of any tutorials that explain how
> to take a mac/apache/php/mysql dev environment and converting it to
> production environment?
> Basically I want to host my own web site on my local machine now that
> I have finished developing it.
> Thanks in advance!
> I'm not familiar with MAC, however, there are projects out there that
> provide everything you need, for the most part. Look up XAMPP, I used to use
> this in the past before I setup my own personal server.
> http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-macosx.html
> This should provide you with an environment necessary for development and
> production. I currently run Arch Linux on my personal server and have
> installed Apache, PHP, MySQL and so on via the package manager. For my
> dev/prod process, I'm using Boilerplate, which provides a default HTML5/CSS3
> template. However, the nice thing about it is, they've also provided a small
> build process using ANT. I've modified the ANT build script to my needs and
> simply build my production environment using that, keeping my dev code in
> tact and readable :) They've integrated the YUI Compressor into their build
> process is simply minifies all CSS and JavaScript.
> Anyway, enough about that, just an example of what can be done. There's
> always the option of compiling everything from source as well :)
> James

Thank you James. I appreciate your advise.


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