Tag Archives: LAMP

Customer relationship management solutions

Customer relationship management (CRM) is the integrated management of an organization’s interactions with customers, “customers” being broadly defined.

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Checking your PHP settings with phpinfo.php

A phpinfo.php file is invaluable for confirming that your PHP installation is working, and for viewing its configuration. …

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Diagnosing LAMP application problems

A few tips for diagnosing problems with your LAMP application.

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Web-based calendars

When a client asked me for a replacement free/busy calendar for her website, I made the following list of what I found.

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Installing and configuring vtiger

Vtiger CRM is a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) web application.

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Installing Apache locally on Linux

Apache is often used as part of a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack to accommodate web applications such as a content management system or customer relation manager.

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Creating a MySQL database on remote web hosting

Different web hosts have different methods of creating databases, which are documented here. …

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Installing and configuring PHP

PHP is often used as part of a LAMP installation to accommodate a web application such as a CMS.

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Installing MySQL locally

MySQL is a popular relational database management system (RDBMS) that uses structured query language (SQL) for processing the data in the database. It is often used as part of a LAMP stack to accommodate a web application such as a … Continue reading

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