Integrating Code on Apache

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Learn how to integrate code with the Apache web server so that you can create web applications in the programming language of your choice. In the following scenarios, the user is a developer who is fluent in various programming languages. This user wishes to create a web application in the language of their choice, and needs to integrate that programming language with Apache so that the web application can be usable in a web browser.

Use Case: Integrating Code

In the following scenarios, the user is a developer who is fluent in various programming languages. This user wishes to create a web application in the language of their choice, and needs to integrate that programming language with Apache so that the web application can be usable in a web browser.

Scenario 1: Python

There are several options to run Python scripts in a web page. Although the mod_python Apache module has a more robust set of features, we recommend the mod_wsgi Apache module, as it is under current active development.

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Scenario 2: Ruby

The best way to create web applications in Ruby is to use the Ruby on Rails web framework. Ruby on Rails is a server-side development platform which includes everything required to create applications using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework.

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Scenario 3: Java

Apache Tomcat is the best way to run Java code in an HTTP web server environment. Tomcat was developed by the Apache Software Foundation as an open source Java servlet container.

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