OpenOSX on Monday announced the release of OpenWeb 3.0, a collection of tools Webmasters can use to configure Web server software and applications on their Mac hardware. OpenWeb costs US$60. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3 or higher, including Tiger.
The new version of OpenWeb requires “zero installation” according to OpenOSX. Included with OpenWeb 3.0 is a secure shopping cart application, content management and publishing tools, a “Wiki” for user-contributed content, Web-based graphical server admin tools that support DNS, SSL, Apache, MySQL, Samba and more, SQL database backends, a search engine/spider, bulletin board systems and more.
OpenWeb is based on Apache version 2.0.54 with PHP 5.0.4, Jakarta Tomcat 4.1.31 with mod_jk 1.2.4, mod_perl 2.0.2, MySQL 4.1.13 and mod_ssl 2.0.54. Configured Web applications include phpShop 0.8, PhpWiki 1.2, PHP-Nuke 7.8, PhpCollab 2.5rc3, PhpDig 1.8.8rc1, phpMyAdmin 2.6.3, phpBB 2.0.17, phpAdsNew 2.0.5, phpPolls, WebCalender 1.0.0, phpSysInfo and others.