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    Apache HTTP Server

    Apache, is a web server notable for playing a key role in the initial growth of the World Wide Web and in 2009 became the first web server to surpass the 100 million web...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

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    WampServer

    WampServer is a Windows web development environment. It allows you to create web applications with Apache, PHP and the MySQL database. It also comes with PHPMyAdmin and...

    Free Open Source Windows

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    MAMP

    MAMP installs a local server environment in a matter of seconds on your computer.

    Freemium Mac Windows

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    AMPPS

    AMPPS is an easy to install software stack of Apache, Mysql, PHP, Perl, Python and Softaculous auto-installer that can be used on Desktops and office servers.

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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    SecureWAMP

    With SecureWAMP you can set up a complete and safe WAMP-System in a few minutes, which you can administrate completely via a GUI. Compared to common WAMPs SecureWAMP...

    Free Open Source Windows

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    Neard

    Neard is a portable WAMP software stack for the Microsoft Windows operating system involving Apache HTTP Server, OpenSSL for SSL support, PHP programming language, MySQL...

    Free Open Source Windows

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    Portable Webserver

    It's a portable server manager that you can go anywhere, anytime, in any computer and run your webapp. Quick and easy to configure, a really useful application for...

    Free Windows Self-Hosted

  • FoxServ

    FoxServ is an Apache / mySQL / PHP installer package for Windows and Linux. Unlike NuShpere or PHPTriad, FoxServ features the latest version of all …

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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    Kalabox

    Faster local development for Drupal, WordPress, and beyond. Kalabox is the easiest way to develop websites and get them live. Get rid of the drudgery and have more fun!.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    Denwer

    Denwer is a collection of often-used web-servers for web-programmers. It is used to debug web-sites under Win32. Denwer includes: friendly installer; Apache; PHP; MySQL;...

    Free Personal Windows Self-Hosted

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    LiteSpeed Web Server (LSWS)

    LiteSpeed Web Server (LSWS) is a high-performance Apache drop-in replacement. LSWS is the 4th most popular web server on the internet and the #1 commercial web server....

    Commercial Linux

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    Aegir Hosting System

    Easily and quickly create, deploy, and manage many Drupal and Wordpress web sites, and scale across multiple server clusters.

    Free Open Source Linux Web Self-Hosted Drupal Wordpress

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Comment by escoles
about Acquia Dev Desktop and MAMP, XAMPP · Sep 2012 · Helpful Not helpful

Not really for general use, but great if you are building sites in a specific major-version of Drupal. (On a Mac, I think it should be possible to run two different major-version stacks, but I haven't tried it.) Really simplifies the setup and configuration, but again, not an alternative for general dev purposes. (You could tweak/hack it to host other systems, but by then you've have been better off using a general-purpose *AMP stack.)

For my part, I run this and MAMP on my mac and this and XAMPP on Windows.

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