Chapter B. Coding the Interface

To make Codin’ for the Web usable for as many people as possible, Ithe examples in the book and at its companion Web site use open source software products. Open source software is generally developed collaboratively by loose affiliations of programmers and is distributed for free. I will discuss creating a Web site using open source technologies collectively known as LAMP:

Linux system software

Apache Web Server

mySQL database

PHP middleware

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