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Axure RP Prototyping Cookbook by John Henry Krahenbuhl

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Configuring subversion on an Amazon EC2 instance

As mentioned before, Axure uses Apache Subversion to maintain version control of each individual project. While using a standard file server with shared projects, sometimes the response time of the server can be slower than you would like it to be. A couple of solutions to this problem are: to set up your own SVN server or use a cloud-based SVN provider. In this recipe, you will set up an SVN server on Amazon Web Services Elastic Computing Cloud.

Getting ready

To step through this recipe, you will need to have an account on Amazon's AWS that runs an EC2 instance with Ubuntu and Axure. You can create a free account for Amazon AWS at http://aws.amazon.com/. Learn more about the AWS Free Usage Tier at ...

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