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How to use existing IIS Express, PHP and MySQL

 
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ClintonGallagher



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 2:08 am    Post subject: How to use existing IIS Express, PHP and MySQL Reply with quote

NetBeans newbie needs to learn configurations that enable reusing existing IIS Express, PHP and MySql already installed on Windows 10 which enables me to continue using Visual Studio for ASP.NET projects. I want to avoid using XAMPP if possible but will as a last resort.

My objectives are learning and developing WordPress and PHP web applications and services and HTML/BootStrap sites with various JavaScript/jQuery libraries. I have some experience with npm as a build tool and would like to continue in that direction. I'm also a Git newbie.

I worked through the NetBeans tutorials for HTML sites but Bower will not install assets and proceed doing its job as a package manager. Again, I prefer npm.

I have NetBeans MySQL connections figured out except for the ambiguous path to the MySQL Administration Tool meaning what? PHPMySql, MySqlWorkbench or what is expected here?

I have no idea how to configure for IIS Express. I also know how to use IIS on Windows if that is a wiser way to proceed.

All that said can somebody work with me awhile?
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