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API versioning is fine but this would require more some work at the UI Layer a) The UI needs to know which version of the API to invoke depending upon the configuration ( use a properties file or a resource file on the client device) b) Also the server needs to have support for multiple versions of the API's. Does the server API only cater to Mobile ...
Given that your question might be better titled as "How can install an OSX virtual machine within an OSX machine?" My suggestion is to use parallels. Not free. Well worth it. Best vm management tool I have found yet (and I've used many...) See http://kb.parallels.com/en/118806
You may want to check out Docker (like a VM image) as a way to "containerize" your deployment. That way any OS that is able to run the docker module can take your containerized content and use it the same way you would. There are numerous existing Docker modules that you could even start with which will contain php, database images etc. The only issue would ...
You can utilize a cloud hosting provider like Microsoft Azure, which is in no way limited to Windows VM's, they have plenty of Unix/Linux images as well as give you the ability to upload your own VM's. Amazon has similar features. You can create virtual networks, web farms, create vpn connections, etc, manage multiple subscriptions and add users at ...
The Putty files need to be on the server for the deployed webpage to have access to them. The back end code on the server should be what is accessing the Putty files.
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