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Category Archives: Helicon Zoo
OpenBD (Open Blue Dragon) is a powerful open-source CFML engine. Here we are going to show you how to deploy it on IIS with the help of Helicon Zoo.
Windows environment has been traditionally treated as no-way for Ruby developers, especially when it comes to production. In the following article I will show how easy and efficient it could be setting up your Ruby environment in Windows for both … Continue reading
This is a very simple step by step guide to install OSQA on Windows server in production. This guide is applicable to IIS 7+ based servers, which include Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Latter two … Continue reading
This is a very simple step by step guide to install Redmine on Windows server in production. This guide is applicable to IIS 7+ based servers, which include Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, Windows 2012, Windows Vista and Windows 7. … Continue reading
In this article we are going to address basic question which might occur in minds of green web-programmers and those who is going to dive into Node.js learning, namely: how to install Node.js developer environment of your PC; how to … Continue reading
Django is a trendy Python-based framework for web applications. Its ever-growing popularity owes to availability of quick development tools, inbuilt administrative interface and high operation speed. Unfortunately, until now there was no easy tried-and-true way to deploy and run Django-apps … Continue reading
Recently released Helicon Zoo is a repository of popular web frameworks for Microsoft IIS. It makes installing and running Django, Ruby on Rails and Mojolicious on Windows Servers a piece of cake.