Open source software is software distributed under an open source license. Such a license specifically allows anyone to copy, modify, extend and redistribute the source code without paying royalties or fees to the original authors.
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 1 – Installation and Configuration video to help you get started with the MVC PHP framework Laravel. I discuss downloading, installing, configuring, using mod_rewrite, and connecting to a database using the Laravel framework. You can download any related final source code for my video tutorials at my website: andrewperkins.net/laravel
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In order to carry the low-cost, simplicity and choice features of Alfresco through to the installation process, BitRock developed installers than enable users to have the complete Alfresco Enterprise Content Management System up and running in under 5 minutes. The installers are completely self-contained and bundle all of the software required to run Alfresco, such […]
BitNami Studio simplifies and automates the creation of virtual machines and cloud images. Pick and choose from an extensive library of software components and operating systems or add your own. A REST-based API and command line tools allow you to create, start and stop images on demand, allowing integration with nightly-build build processes and source […]