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XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released - InsiteFX - 06-13-2018

XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released.

Enjoy


RE: XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released - Paradinight - 06-13-2018

(06-13-2018, 04:43 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released.

Enjoy

i would not use xampp.

vbox + debian / ubuntu or vagrant + homestead


RE: XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released - InsiteFX - 06-14-2018

I have always used it and have not had any problems I' am on a Windows 10 system.

I can update anything in it just by downloading and copying it to the right folder.


RE: XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released - Johns - 06-14-2018

Freaking awesome!

Hope this doesnt break anything on my system!


RE: XAMPP 7.2.6 Has Been Released - Pertti - 06-21-2018

(06-13-2018, 08:48 PM)Paradinight Wrote: i would not use xampp.
vbox + debian / ubuntu  or vagrant + homestead

Depends.

If you know server management and are responsible for setting up and deploying to production yourself, it might make more sense to work on similar environment to iron out all the quirky configuration requirements at early stages of development.

However if you're just doing coding work and someone else handles hosting, and you work on Win platform, Xampp might make more sense from ease of setup and integration point of view (for example, you can easily browse to correct config files in file manager, use your fave text editor, and xampp control panel uses familiar GUI).

Personally, Xampp has worked very well for me last 15 years, but now that I'm required to do more server maintenance at my job, I've considered running some sort of container solution myself.