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Topic: Mac OS X

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Build Your Own Apache Server with mod_perl (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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 (Mac DevCenter)
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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