How does morde work?

Morde is a complete, self-contained web server for developing and hosting PHP-driven websites locally. It simplifies the process of creating, editing, uploading content to, and presenting sites. 

It can also be used to test sites on different browsers and operating systems. Morde is free software released under the terms of GPLv3. 

“Morde”, is the phonetic pronunciation of “Server” (the name given to the program during its development), as well as a play on “more.”

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The standard installation of Morde requires the PHP scripting language and the Apache web server; it is compatible with FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris and Windows. As of version 1.3.0, Morde is compatible with MariaDB and MySQL databases. 

There is also an experimental build for OS X available (which can be downloaded from sourceforge). It has also been reported that Morde works on IIS 7.5. 

Morde is free of all the limitations of PHP, Apache and MySQL. It does not have any of the memory or processing constraints that are inherent in PHP, or the lack of extensibility inherent with Apache. 

Here are some points discussed about Morde

1. Morde is fast.

Morde is a complete PHP web development system that includes a full featured templating engine, an embedded scripting engine for dynamic website content, and a complete suite of server tools. 

The user can write scripts in PHP, embed them directly into the HTML source of a web page via the scripting language, or use a templating language such as PHP or extensible Markup Language (XML). 

Morde’s flexible configuration allows the user to change the number of CPU cores and number of operating system threads allocated to each child process. 

This makes it easy to tune Morde-based websites for performance on different operating systems and hardware computing platforms.

2. Morde is a complete web development system.

Morde is a complete web development system, where all the pieces work together. It includes an embedded XML/HTML/XSLT processor, so the user can write XML documents in-place in the HTML code of a page. 

Morde includes an embedded scripting language for dynamic website content, so the user can embed scripts directly in the HTML source of a web page. 

Morde includes its own templating language that allows users to design their own layouts and output formats for printable documents, emails and PDF files without scripts or code.

3. Morde is portable across hardware platforms and operating systems.

Morde is a self-contained, portable application and it is free of the constraints and limitations of PHP and Apache. 

It can be installed on different operating systems (including Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris), on different hardware platforms (including both desktop and server computers) and/or different types of Web servers (including Apache, Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) as well as popular Web server software such as Nginx). 

Morde has support for some Web server configurations that are not supported by other PHP-based web development systems. 

For example, some Unix-like operating systems include the opendir(3) system call that allows Morde to read/write files in subdirectories under the website directories.

4. Morde is a flexible development system.

Morde allows the user to tune its performance on different operating systems and hardware computing platforms. 

Morde’s flexible configuration also allows the user to change the number of CPU cores and number of operating system threads allocated to each child process. 

This makes it easy to tune Morde-based websites for performance on different operating systems and hardware computing platforms.

5. Morde is a user-friendly development system.

Morde comes with an interactive development environment, and a command line for executing scripts and configuring the sites it manages. 

It includes a special server mode for testing and troubleshooting websites on different operating systems and hardware platforms. 

The user interface is written in PHP, so the user can customize it by writing PHP code or by using CSS commands.

6. Morde is extensible.

Morde has a powerful API (Application Programming Interface) that is based on PHP, XML and XSL / XSLT standards. 

It is easy to add new features and capabilities to Morde by writing new modules in PHP or adding external software components using the API . 

7. Morde can be used as a CMS (Content Management System).

Morde is designed with an emphasis on simplicity. It comes with features that are necessary to create web content management systems, which is suitable for projects that are short-term or medium-term in nature , but also offers the ability to build entire content management systems with the same flexibility and robustness of Morde . 

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