What is a web server?

QuoDeck

A Web server is a program that uses Hypertext Transfer Protocol(HTTP) to serve the files to users, in response to their requests which are forwarded by HTTP clients on their machine. Some of the popular and most widely used web server tools are Nginx, Apache and Microsoft IIS. The requests are sent by client programs at users end.

ADOBE ROBOHELP: Stay Away Mighty Google

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  The issue here is that the RoboHelp user created content in RoboHelp and then published the output files to their web server. Protect your content on the server side. If you set up access controls on your server, only authorized users will be able to access the content. Getting protection going will require access to be set up on your server because the RoboHelp output itself doesn't contain any option to secure access. by Willam van Weelden, COTP.

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[Part II] How to Understand and Improve Your Moodle LMS Performance

eAbyas Info Solutions

A server serves the requests of customers or visitors. So basically a web server serves web customers with their requests. Apache is the most widely used web server for hosting Moodle sites. The community support for the Apache webserver has been stopped since 2018.

Use xAPI Profiles to Govern Business Logic in Learning and Training Systems

Yet Analytics

Realizing that this could provide an xAPI-native means of making xAPI data ready for business purposes, we designed LRSPipe as an Apache 2.0 LRSPipe Open Source Releases Current Github Release: [link] Docker: [link] Demo: [link] LRSPipe is open source and licensed Apache 2.0.

ADOBE ROBOHELP: Stay Away Mighty Google

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  The issue here is that the RoboHelp user created content in RoboHelp and then published the output files to their web server. Protect your content on the server side. If you set up access controls on your server, only authorized users will be able to access the content. Getting protection going will require access to be set up on your server because the RoboHelp output itself doesn't contain any option to secure access. by Willam van Weelden, COTP.

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ADOBE ROBOHELP: Stay Away Mighty Google

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  The issue here is that the RoboHelp user created content in RoboHelp and then published the output files to their web server. Protect your content on the server side. If you set up access controls on your server, only authorized users will be able to access the content. Getting protection going will require access to be set up on your server because the RoboHelp output itself doesn't contain any option to secure access. by Willam van Weelden, COTP.

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E-learning Deployment – Considerations and Tools

eFront

The benefit of this approach is that you don’t need to be concerned with installing, updating and managing servers and software. files may be stored out of server in flexible storage services like Amazon S3 and there would be multiple web and db servers deployed, alongside CDNs and load balancers). A self-hosted LMS platform is basically a web application, usually sold as a licensed product, that you get to install and maintain in your own server.

Importance Of QA Consulting and Analysis

Hurix Digital

Application Programming Interface helps exchange between client-server and other separate modules in the application. We use Apache J meter, POSTMAN, SoapUI, REST assured, and Advanced REST client to conduct the tests. . Checking the server, and database configuration for optimization.

Previewing in Lectora

Learning Developments

Web Server based preview. So now I've switched to previewing my content from a web server. I installed the Apache web server and send my Lectora HTML output to a folder under the htdocs on Apache. I'm still wiggling my way through the ins and outs of Lectora. The Lectora support team has been very helpful. I've discovered some things I'd like to share. Limitations on built-in preview. Up to a certain point, the built in preview functionality works great.

Previewing in Lectora

Learning Developments

Web Server based preview. So now I've switched to previewing my content from a web server. I installed the Apache web server and send my Lectora HTML output to a folder under the htdocs on Apache. I'm still wiggling my way through the ins and outs of Lectora. The Lectora support team has been very helpful. I've discovered some things I'd like to share. Limitations on built-in preview. Up to a certain point, the built in preview functionality works great.

All you Need to Know about Load Testing

Hurix Digital

A configuration of all the servers such as application, web and DB servers . Apache JMeter . Load Testing evaluates how a software application behaves when multiple users access it simultaneously.

CMS: An Alternative to a LMS for those who seek Portals or Communities

eLearning 24-7

When I say “web&# , this means the course sits on your server or if you are using a 3rd party and they are hosting a server for you – it is located there. The course sits in the “server&# will all its files, etc. Thus, the server would be the same server that you house your CMS, and then you can launch from within the CMS for people to access.

A Budding Relationship for Captivate and Lectora

Learning Developments

When previewing to test this out I exported to HTML and ran on an Apache server on my local desktop. I've been working with Lectora and Captivate to create my eLearning content (see Jan 13th I'm not yet Captivated by Lectora ). In that post I identified three possible techniques for passing the score/results from Captivate back to Lectora for processing: Use the e-mail command in Captivate and overwrite the JavaScript function for sending the mail.

A Budding Relationship for Captivate and Lectora

Learning Developments

When previewing to test this out I exported to HTML and ran on an Apache server on my local desktop. I've been working with Lectora and Captivate to create my eLearning content (see Jan 13th I'm not yet Captivated by Lectora ). In that post I identified three possible techniques for passing the score/results from Captivate back to Lectora for processing: Use the e-mail command in Captivate and overwrite the JavaScript function for sending the mail.

The Top 10 Most Used Online Employee Training Tools: Part 2

TalentLMS

It might not be as good as a database (such as MS Access or SQL Server) or a statistics package (such as SPSS) for some of these tasks, but it’s good enough, way more intuitive to use, and very easy to begin with. There are however several alternatives that are (almost) just as capable, including Apple’s Numbers for OS X ($9.99), Google’s web-based Sheets (free), and the Calc spreadsheet that’s part of the open source Apache OpenOffice suite.

An Open Source Environment for E-Learning Content Development

The E-Learning Curve

Apache - a Web server. As I'm in the process of updating my website ’s Learning Content Management System (LCMS), I though it would be interesting to discuss open source environments, and how they can be implemented in an e-learning content development ecosystem. Context When I began developing my website and blog, I decided to use an open standards approach during the course of their initial development, as much for philosophical as for financial or any other reasons.

Wikinomics and Learning

Breakthrough eLearning

Whether talking about server software (Apache), operating systems (Linux), web browsers (Firefox), or learning platforms (Moodle), there are many examples of freely available software that has been collaboratively created by people worldwide sharing source code and constantly improving the product. server down, web pages not loading properly, missing data, database malfunctions, etc.), I just finished reading Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 Applications in Learning. It was designed to be a small to medium size group discussion, but because the room was large it was very challenging to do that successfully. I discussed a bit of these issues in First Thoughts After ASTD Sessions.

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