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BadBlue is a small footprint web server that supports PHP, CGI and ISAPI application serving. It is perfect for learning, developing and deploying web apps when ease of use, fast performance and small size is a must. BadBlue also supports easy file-sharing with a complete, peer-to-peer user interface written in HTML. With support for system tray operation, Win9X and WinNT service support, it's just about the easiest way to get going with PHP.

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    Rated 3.70 out of 5 (24 ratings)
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Feb 11, 2009 
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Average Member Rating: 3.70/5

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  • I've used BadBlue for PHP dev since '01. Just to correct a couple of things from other reviewers: 1) there's no spyware/adware. just text banner ads from Google. According to Ad-Aware there's nothing else. 2) for php developers the product never expires! if you see an expired message, you're using non web serving features like photo-album or searches. those features do expire, but for php developers the product's been free from what I can see.

  • I had been using the PE of this software to run a PHP site from home and it's easy and reliable. Unfortunately, the other day it popped up a message to tell me that the PE now has to be purchased for $30 and that the server would no longer run. If you don't mind shelling out, it's great, but the description of this item really should be changed to reflect this new price hike.

  • Be careful, this software has hidden Commission Junction script found in the _headln.htx file. If you are not big into "spyware" I would recomend you look through your code first.

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