Topic: Mac OS X
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Build Your Own Apache Server with mod_perl
The Apache server that ships with Mac OS X is the genuine article. We're not talking about a weak, proof-of-concept port of Apache that runs under Windows. But, if you plan to do some serious mod_perl-based Web development work on Mac OS X, you'll need to take a number of issues into consideration as you begin working with Apple's Apache install.
Integrating Tomcat with Apache Via the mod_jk Module
While there are a few available methods for integrating Tomcat with Apache, the recommended (and currently maintained) approach is to integrate Tomcat with Apache via the mod_jk module. Chad Thompson shows you how.
Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X, Part 6
Ah, those wonderful, useful Apache modules -- Kevin Hemenway walks you through the various Apache modules that come installed on your Mac OS X system and explains what they do.
Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5
Ah, it's one thing to have your Apache Web server fired up in Mac OS X; it's another to have it communicating with a MySQL database. Kevin Hemenway walks you through this process. Your life will never be the same!
Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X, Part 4
In part four of our Apache trilogy, we answer a few reader requests, including info about default index documents, custom error pages, and password authentication.
Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 3
We've fired-up the Apache Web server in Mac OS X and enabled CGI -- what other goodies are waiting to be discovered? In this article Kevin Hemenway shows you how to enable PHP on your Mac Web server.
Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 2
In Apache Part 1, Kevin Hemenway showed you how to start serving web pages in Mac OS X. Now, he explores the CGI access that's built into your Mac OS X system.
Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
In this first part of a multi-part series, Kevin Hemenway shows you how to start serving web pages directly from your Mac using its built-in Apache server.
WebDAV on OS X
WebDav support in Mac OS X (Public Beta 1) allows for simple remote management of web content. Here's how to start using it now.
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