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What is XAMPP?

What is XAMPP? XAMPP is an open-source web server package that works on various platforms. It is actually an acronym with X meaning “cross” platform, A for Apache HTTP server, M for MySQL, P for PHP, and P for Perl. XAMPP was designed to help webpage developers, programmers, and designers check and review their work [...]

What is OWASP?

What is OWASP? OWASP actually stands for Open Web Application Security Project. If you have heard of such before, by now you must have an idea that this is a non-government organization or a charitable institution which creates different projects in relation to open-source application security. Through the years, OWASP was able to develop a [...]

What is Axiom?

What is Axiom? Axiom is an open-source computer algebra system developed by IBM researchers headed by Richard Jenks. It used to be called “Scratchpad” back in 1973 when it was first developed. Later in the 1990s it was acquired by NAG or Numerical Algorithms Group of England, which gave the name “Axiom” to this software. [...]

What is Ubuntu? – The Free Operating System

What is Ubuntu? – The Free Operating System Ubuntu is a Linux based operating system that was released as free and open source software in October 2004. Ubuntu is an African word, which means “humanity to others”. Developers of the operating system aim to bring the spirit of humanity to the world of computers. Primarily, [...]

What is Joomla?

What is Joomla? Joomla is an open source content management system (CMS) which is used for the creation of websites. A content management system keeps track of all the components of a website, much like a filing cabinet. The term Joomla is derived from the Swahili word “jumla” which means “all together”. Downloading Joomla is [...]