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10 Best alternatives of XAMPP servers for Windows, Linux and macOS

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  1. XAMPP is a free and open-source cross-platform web server that is primarily used when locally developing web applications.

  2. Wampserver 2. 5 users can apply the update to Wampserver 3. 0. 3 directly. There will be no change to the Apache, PHP, MySQL settings and versions used; your local sites and databases will not be affected.

  3. LAM

    LAMP

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  4. EasyPHP installs a portable local WAMP server including the server-side scripting language: PHP 5, the web Server: Apache 2, the SQL Server: MySQL 5, a database manager: PhpMyAdmin and others development tools.

  5. MAMP and WAMP stack with Latest PHP, Apache, MySQL and Softaculous. Install and manage apps like PHP, WordPress and much more with just one click.

    freemium $49.0 / Annually

    How to install WordPress about about 1 year ago:

    Some web hosting providers offer a Softaculous auto-installer that simplifies WordPress installation to the smallest.
  6. MAMP is the abbreviation for Macintosh, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It is a reliable application with its four components that allows you to access the local PHP server as well as the database server (SQL).

  7. Aprelium - Home

  8. Apache httpd has been the most popular web server on the Internet since April 1996

    Protect Directories Using APACHE about 16 days ago

    If you want to delve deeper into apache, visit this link and the documentation itself ;).
  9. WPN-XM - is a free and open-source web server solution stack for professional PHP development on...

  10. All in one web server.

    Not installing on windows 7 pro about 10 days ago

    If you're using windows just use something like https://laragon.org/ or https://www.wampserver.com/en/.
  11. US

    Uniform Server

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  12. An open source, object-oriented web application framework implemented in PHP 5

    XSS vulnerability found in Stack Overflow about about 1 year ago

    But in addition to the Zend Engine there is also a Zend Framework (which is now called Laminas, apparently).