Aamp 2.0, Is an open-source software package that facilitates web development on AmigaOS 4.1. It bundles together essential components required for creating and testing web applications, providing developers with a streamlined and convenient way to set up a local web server environment. XAMPP includes the Apache HTTP Server, a widely-used web server software. Developers can leverage Apache’s features for hosting web pages and managing HTTP requests. MySQL, a powerful relational database management system, is also bundled with Aamp. This allows developers to store and retrieve data efficiently, critical for building dynamic web applications. It also incorporates PHP, a server-side scripting language used for creating dynamic web content. PHP integration enables the development of interactive and data-driven web applications. Aamp Default configurations are optimized for development but may not be secure for production use. AmigaOS Developers must be cautious when transitioning from development to live deployment. Aamp Stands as a testament to the power of open-source software in the Amiga community and it’s impressive that software developer Edgar Schwan has put so much effort in this project for such a niche market as the AmigaOne and AmigaOS/PPC market.