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* MAMP (MacIntosh).
  
[http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2001/01/25/lamp.html Citation de] O'Reilly manager [http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/au/26 Dale Dougherty]: {{quotation | ... in 2001, David Axmark and Monty Widenius of the MySQL team visited us in Sebastopol and they dropped a new term in our laps: LAMP. This term was popular in Germany, they said, to define how MySQL was used in conjunction with Linux, Apache, and either Perl, Python, or PHP. Their explanation of LAMP made a lightbulb go off in my head.}}
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[http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2001/01/25/lamp.html Citation de] O'Reilly manager [http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/au/26 Dale Dougherty]: {{citation | ... in 2001, David Axmark and Monty Widenius of the MySQL team visited us in Sebastopol and they dropped a new term in our laps: LAMP. This term was popular in Germany, they said, to define how MySQL was used in conjunction with Linux, Apache, and either Perl, Python, or PHP. Their explanation of LAMP made a lightbulb go off in my head.}}
  
 
Pour d'autres combinaisons voir l'article sur [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LAMP_%28software_bundle%29 Wikipedia]
 
Pour d'autres combinaisons voir l'article sur [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LAMP_%28software_bundle%29 Wikipedia]
 
  
 
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Version du 28 novembre 2007 à 12:38

Cet article est une traduction de la version anglaise sur edutechwiki.

1 Definition

L'acronyme LAMP (ou L.A.M.P.) signifie un ensemble de logiciels et technologies utilisés pour la mise en place de site-webs dynamiques et serveurs:

  • Linux, système d'opération;
  • Apache, le serveur web;
  • MySQL, la base de données
  • Perl, PHP, or Python language de programmation.

Car ces environnements tournent également sur d'autres OSs on utilise souvent l'acronyme générique AMP.

  • Voir également WAMP, l'équivalent pour Windows.
  • MAMP (MacIntosh).

Citation de O'Reilly manager Dale Dougherty: « ... in 2001, David Axmark and Monty Widenius of the MySQL team visited us in Sebastopol and they dropped a new term in our laps: LAMP. This term was popular in Germany, they said, to define how MySQL was used in conjunction with Linux, Apache, and either Perl, Python, or PHP. Their explanation of LAMP made a lightbulb go off in my head.»

Pour d'autres combinaisons voir l'article sur Wikipedia

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