| ||Date ||Title ||Author ||Hits |
| || 04-10-07 || ||Alexander Kolesnikov ||67079 |
In the previous article of this series I explained, in the historical perspective, why Tapestry is a very attractive and advanced framework for building Java Web applications. Now we are moving from theory to practice. But before doing anything, we need to prepare the workplace.
| || 04-03-07 || ||Alexander Kolesnikov ||181256 |
In this article we'll begin by taking a look at servlets and JavaServer Pages, then proceed to learn about the MVC design pattern. After examining the problems these technologies solved, we'll focus on the Tapestry framework, study its advantages, and dispel some prejudices about it. This is the first article in a multi-part series covering Tapestry.
| || 01-30-07 || ||Dan Wellman ||24799 |
This article is aimed at giving you a practical and interesting introduction to the two methods of authentication available to you as an administrator of Apache. It is only a first step, and not intended as the only step if you are configuring a commercial web server.
| || 04-03-06 || ||Dan Wellman ||259863 |
Nobody enjoys seeing an error page. It's worse if the error page gives you little or no information to help you find the page you were trying to reach. Fortunately, there are ways to configure Apache so that your visitors need never feel so abandoned. This article explains how to set up custom error pages with Apache.
| || 09-28-05 || ||Dan Wellman ||451179 |
Apache 2 represents quite a change from previous versions. If you have set up a previous version of Apache on a Windows XP PC, you will be interested in setting up the new version. Dan Wellman shows how to set up and configure Apache 2 on a Windows XP PC to give you a development environment that will allow you to test your PHP and other dynamic web technologies before taking them live.
| || 08-18-05 || ||Apress Publishing ||285512 |
Have you ever wanted to customize Apache? This article will help you get started on building a customized version of Apache to suit your own needs. It is taken from chapter three of the book Pro Apache third edition, written by Peter Wainwright (Apress, 2004; ISBN: 1590593006).
| || 06-09-05 || ||O'Reilly Media ||37613 |
AxKit combines the power of Perl’s rich and varied XML processing facilities with the flexibility of the Apache web server. But instead of using a monolithic package, it takes a more modular approach. This allows developers great flexibility in choosing what lower-level packages they want, but it can mean a more lengthy and complicated installation process. This article comes from chapter two of the book XML Publishing with AxKit by Kip Hampton (O'Reilly, 2004; ISBN: 0596002165).
| || 05-12-05 || ||Apress Publishing ||625588 |
Administrators need keep regular tabs on their Web servers to make they are running smoothly, so that their clients don't meet with any unpleasant surprises. Logging helps you to spot performance problems before they become an issue, and also assists in the detection of possible security concerns. This article will discuss configuring Apache for logging purposes, and will go into some detail about remote logging solutions. It is excerpted from Hardening Apache by Tony Mobily (Apress, 2004; ISBN: 1590593782).
| || 03-28-05 || ||Harish Kamath ||103717 |
In this third and final installment of our "Getting Started with Apache 2.0" series, you will learn how to configure the Apache server as a "proxy server" for your local network, how to make use of "URL Re-writing," and much more.
| || 03-21-05 || ||Harish Kamath ||116957 |
In this second article in a three-part series, you will learn how to customize the the log files generated by the Apache Web server, and much more.
| || 03-09-05 || ||Apress Publishing ||247703 |
This article introduces those new to networking to Apache, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), and the basics of system administration. It is excerpted from chapter one of Peter Wainwright's book Pro Apache (Apress, 2004; ISBN: 1590593006).
| || 03-07-05 || ||Harish Kamath ||202678 |
In this first article in a three-part series, Harish Kamath helps you download and configure the Apache Web server. If you've wanted to use PHP with Apache, look no further; that part of the setup is also covered here.
| || 12-13-04 || ||Apress Publishing ||338423 |
Learn the basic steps necessary to download, install, and configure a basic Apache server. This article is from chapter two of Pro Apache by Peter Wainwright. (Apress, 2004, ISBN: 1590593006).
| || 09-13-04 || ||Apress Publishing ||78285 |
Because Apache is complex, coding errors are possible. Fortunately, Apache is mature enough that this is not a frequent occurrence, and occasionally, overlooked errors are found and fixed. This chapter covers some basics of Apache’s vulnerabilities and recent known security problems. (From Hardening Apache by Tony Mobily, Apress, 2004, ISBN: 1590593782.)
| || 08-17-04 || ||Apress Publishing ||198065 |
This chapter provides Apache downloading steps and cautionary tips. Mobily recommends compiling most of the modules dynamically, and leaving the main server stripped to the bones. He covers the free tool Nikto and how to use it. Also see why he says to disable the TRACE method. (From the book Hardening Apache by Tony Mobily, Apress, 2004, ISBN: 1590593782.)