I’ve been refacturing the code of Syndicate2Web for future usage in Eclipse and still am, also it’s about time that the missing features i want get added. Possibly i will upload it to my svn and open it up to the public. Problem with it is, it uses Zinc to wrap the flash into an exe to access filesystem functionality, maybe it’s time to consider AIR for the job?
Anyway, what is Syndicate2Web i hear you say? Hey easy to explain really. It’s practically a complete webserver in a box. It includes Apache, PHP (with memcached), MySQL (and a phpmyadmin instance), FileZilla as an FTP Server and Mercury as a SMTP/POP Daemon.
How is this different from other packages like these, like for example XAMPP from Apachefriends? Well, firstly it will include a simple updating mechanism where you decide what you want to ugprade and what not. Secondly and most importantly. It runs on any media! So throw it unto a USB Stick and have your portable Webserver Solution wherever you go. Neat eh? I definitely thought so, that’s why i made it :)
Anyway, i’m still missing some of the features, mostly a simple configuration interface. Yes, i know i could solve it simply through a php script, but that would be half the fun right ? Here’s a list of things that need to be done:
So there you have it, lots left to be done…