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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
If you have some downloadable content on your site (installation packages), you’ll probably want to monitor the statistics of downloads. But the popular Google Analytics system cannot count that as it is working only inside html-pages. Another option is analyzing … Continue reading
In April 2010 Google announced, that speed of a web site will be considered as an aspect of web search ranking. This means that web site creators and webmasters need to optimize their websites. What is the best way to do … Continue reading
This article is the anticipated sequel of “Exploding myths about mod_rewrite. Part 1” published more than a year ago. In this two-volume work (which may well become a three-volume one soon) we try to thoroughly explain each tiny issue/option of … Continue reading
Since build 188.8.131.52 Helicon Ape offers a web interface for the load balancer.
Since build 184.108.40.206 Helicon Ape is equipped with brand new mod_developer module.