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Web Dev Essentials

The projects used for Web Dev Essentials

WordPress WordPress
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4
   

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Apache Subversion Apache Subversion
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4
   

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Fish shell Fish shell
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4
   

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PHP PHP
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4
   

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MySQL MySQL
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4
   

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DokuWiki DokuWiki
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4
   

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OpenVPN OpenVPN
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4
   

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phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin
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4
   

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Apache HTTP Server Apache HTTP Server
Community rating:
4
   

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Postfix Postfix
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4
   

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MantisBT MantisBT
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4
   

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WURFL WURFL
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4
   

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rsync rsync
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4
   

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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox
Community rating:
4
   

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GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
Community rating:
4
   

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PEAR PEAR
Community rating:
3
   

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Webmin Webmin
Community rating:
4
   

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Symfony Symfony
Community rating:
4
   

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PHPUnit PHPUnit
Community rating:
4
   

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Smarty Smarty
Community rating:
3
   

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Gentoo Linux Gentoo Linux
Community rating:
4
   

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Git Git
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4
   

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jQuery jQuery
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4
   

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JSLint
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3
   

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Firebug Firebug
Community rating:
4
   

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ApacheBench
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4
   

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geben-on-emacs
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phpcpd
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