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I've never attempted to install or run JIRA on a shared server, but my guess is that most consumer-grade hosting providers would not be robust enough to handle JIRA. According to the requirements, you can run it with 256MB RAM, but that's for a very bare-bones installation. Once you start getting lots of issues and users, etc., you'll easily need 1-2GB, ...


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Well, it should not be too hard depending on your level of knowledge of Objective C and Java. If I were you, check out a book called iPhone Programming The big nerd ranch guide by Joe Conway and Aaron Hillegass. That should get you going in the right direction for iPhone programming. Android I can not really say as I do not know much about it nor have read ...


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I would probably not recommend using that approach, at all. Mainly because it can be fragile, confusing, inconsistent, among other things. Why not use source control? That way you have a centralized and easy way to compare and rollback to previous versions of a page/script/style sheet/whatever. Other benefits include integration with tools for things like ...


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a few answers to get started: Using "cloud" is more hype than useful at the moment. You should have basic servers somewhere stable and running, with full backups several times a day, and configure your software so that you can expand it with several cloud computers during peak times if needed. Cloud computers are not very fast and they start to get very ...



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