Starting a local instance of IIS Express with PHP support

Posted by: Run Tings Proper, on 04 Jun 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

If you're a developer that works in Microsoft Visual Studio youre probably quite used to the handy local web server that appears when you summon it with an F5. There are many alternative ways to spin up a local web server. Recently Ive used virtual machines, Node, even PHP comes with its own built in dev server. They all have their strengths but this article shows you how to keep it in the family with a quickly deployable instance of IIS Express that supports both .Net and PHP. After you have...

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