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    What is a Database?

    A database is a collection of structured information organized in a way that it can be easily accessed, managed, and updated by computer programs.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary Databases
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    What is an Operating System?

    An operating system is system software that handles computer memory, software and hardware resources, and processes, while providing common services and programming interfaces for computer programs. Examples of popula...
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary
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    What is nginx?

    Nginx, pronounced engine-x, is an open source web server used for serving static or dynamic websites, reverse proxying, load balancing, and other HTTP and proxy server capabilities.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary Nginx
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    What is a Component?

    A software component is a web service, software package, or module that contains a set of interrelated functions.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary
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    What is MEAN?

    MEAN is a free and open-source set of technologies for creating dynamic websites and web applications with JavaScript.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary MEAN
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    What is LAMP?

    LAMP refers to a collection of open-source software that is commonly used together to serve web applications. The term LAMP is an acronym that represents the configuration of a Linux operating system with an Apache we...
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary LAMP Stack
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    What is LEMP?

    LEMP refers to a collection of open-source software that is commonly used together to serve web applications. The term LEMP is an acronym that represents the configuration of a Linux operating system with an nginx web...
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary LEMP
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    Getting Started With WordPress

    WordPress powers over 33% of the web and is a trusted, open source content management system that is unparalleled in performance and extendability. In this series, learn more about WordPress and how to install, config...
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary WordPress LEMP Nginx DigitalOcean 1-Click Apps Marketplace DigitalOcean Conceptual
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    How to Install Spaces for WordPress Solutions

    As WordPress sites scale, managing large sets of data and assets with WordPress can sometimes surface latency errors that can affect end user load times. In this tutorial, learn how to install Spaces, an S3-compatibl...
    By Lyn Muldrow WordPress DigitalOcean
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    How to Optimize WordPress on Ubuntu 20.04

    Optimizing Wordpress installations on the cloud gives the clients and individuals your sites interact with the performance, speed, and flexibility they’ve come to expect with WordPress. In this tutorial, you’ll gain t...
    By Lyn Muldrow Conceptual WordPress
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    How To Use the WordPress One-Click Install on DigitalOcean

    WordPress is one of the most popular content management and blog platforms in the world, allowing you to create and manage website content efficiently. This tutorial will give you all of the details you need to get yo...
    By Lyn Muldrow WordPress DigitalOcean 1-Click Apps Marketplace
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    What is MVC?

    MVC, or Model-View-Controller, is a software design pattern that separates application logic into three interrelated components- the model, view, and controller.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary
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    What is Joomla?

    Joomla is a highly customizable, free and open source web content management system (CMS) used to publish web content.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary
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    What is JavaScript?

    JavaScript (also referred to as ‘javascript’ or JS) is a high-level, prototype-based, dynamic scripting language used to create interactive web pages and applications.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary JavaScript
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    What is Git?

    Git, originally developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005, is an open source, distributed version control system used to track and manage changes within a code repository.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary Git
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    What is DRY Development?

    DRY, which stands for ‘don’t repeat yourself,’ is a principle of software development that aims at reducing the repetition of patterns and code duplication in favor of abstractions and avoiding redundancy.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary
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    What is the DOM?

    The Document Object Model, usually shortened to the DOM, is a cross-platform, language-independent application programming interface for HTML and XML documents.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary
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    What is a Content Management System (CMS)?

    A Content Management System, or CMS, is a software application that allows users to create, modify, and publish digital content and websites.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary CMS
  • Published Tutorial in Series: Getting Started With WordPress

    What is WordPress?

    WordPress is a free and open source content management system (CMS) that provides blog and site infrastructure, creation, and publishing tools.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary WordPress
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    What is an Integrated Development Environment?

    An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a software application that allows developers to execute a number of tasks related to creating a computer program within one environment.
    By Lyn Muldrow Glossary