, it is often recommended that you install it on your local system.
(e.g., "localhost"), for example with XAMPP, and get your site running locally. 1.5 on your local computer, you have created a website and you now wish to copy this website to your remote host.
This is something I’ve been meaning to look at ever since a conversation I had at Scotch on the Rocks 2011.
Many of us – even if we use the latest and greatest in source control – still use FTP to deploy our site changes to production.
(View the The first time you connect, your computer will tell you it can’t establish the “authenticity of the host” because it’s remote, not something on your local computer. My friend wanted me to take a look at the stylesheet of his page.
I’m running a Windows 2008 server, so decided to use Cygwin to simplify installation of both. The most obvious answer is because you need a web server that is easy to configure and work with.IIS 7 in Windows Server 2008 is a completely different animal than it has been in the past.This causes several headaches, among them remembering which files have changed, and getting all those files deployed simultaneously.After looking around the web, I have found several resources that helped me set up Git to deploy my site.