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AMPPS 1.3 for MAC and Softaculous 3.7 Launched(November 17, 2011)
(PRWEB) November 17, 2011
Softaculous Ltd., the developer of AMPPS Installer that simplifies Web Application deployment on various Desktops and Servers (WAMP), today announced the launch of AMPPS 1.3 with support for the Mac Operating System. This version comes with the updated version of Softaculous, Apache, PHP, MySQL and phpMyAdmin as well as some usual minor updates.
"We are extremely excited about adding support for the MAC OS," said Pulkit Gupta, COO of Softaculous Ltd. "And with support for so many Web Applications, its a great tool for MAC Web Developers. We are also soon going to release the Linux version of AMPPS with some of the coolest new features."
To address the needs of different Enterprises, SMB's, Web Developers and users, Softaculous AMPPS is available as a Free product which can be installed on Microsoft Windows Desktop and Servers as well as on the Mac OS. AMPPS has 236 Apps to serve the needs of different users. "AMPPS is specially beneficial to the Web Developers as they will not have to spend time installing Apache, MySQL, PHP, PERL, Python seperately and also they can install various blogs, cms, wikis, forums, etc. on their desktops by the click of a button," said Pulkit Gupta, COO of Softaculous Ltd.
The Softaculous AMPPS library already contains popular applications, including: WordPress, b2evolution, StatusNet, Drupal, Joomla, Concrete5, phpBB, MyBB, SMF, bbPress, Coppermine, Gallery, Mediawiki, DokuWiki, TikiWiki, Elgg, Dolphin, OpenX, SquirrelMail, LimeSurvey, Piwik, Mantis, SugarCRM, WHMCS, PrestaShop, Magento, CraftySyntax, osTicket, Moodle, Claroline, etc.
"Web developers can use AMPPS on Windows and MACs to develop their websites using the various apps and then launch them on production servers," said Ketan Shah, developer of AMPPS.
"The MAC version has two PHP binaries - 5.3.8 and 5.2.17 alongwith the latest Apache and MySQL software. None of our competitors offer this and AMPPS is also having 235 Apps that can be installed by the click of a button," said Jigar Dhulla, developer of AMPPS.
Softaculous apps are also available in the form of Virtual Appliances. The Virtual Appliances (called Webuzo) contain all the necessary server software required to power the various Apps. Webuzo is a LAMP stack with Softaculous installed on a CentOS Machine. Webuzo can help any user deploy Web Apps on their Desktops or in the Office. "You can deploy so many office related apps with the help of Webuzo e.g. a user may want to deploy MediaWiki or DokuWiki for internal documentation and Webuzo can help you do that without you having to install any server software." said Chirag Nagda, a developer at Softaculous. Webuzo can also be deployed in the Cloud which helps users to access their apps from anywhere.
Webuzo was announced in mid June
About Softaculous :
Softaculous was founded in 2009 with the goal of helping users to deploy apps by the click of a button. Softaculous is already being offered by leading Data Centers and Web hosting companies around the world. It is very easy to find, deploy, manage, backup applications using Softaculous. AMPPS was launched in August 2011 and Webuzo in June 2011. For more information, visit http://www.softaculous.com/
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