Does AMPPS have an easy-to-use GUI interface like Mamp Pro where the user can quickly set up multiple virtual hosts, quickly set the various ports, quickly set the folder path to each virtual host, etc.? Or does AMPPS require fiddling with a multitude of config files, manually messing with the hosts file, etc.?
Also, I run a well-established four-year-old WP blog with hundreds of pages of blog entries with one of my virtual hosts running Mamp Pro. Would it be easy to transfer the blog to a AMPPS setup without losing any of the data?
Also, doe AMPPS use its own Apache, mySQL and PHP installations, or is AMPPS simply a GUI wrapper for OS X's built-in Apache, mySQL and PHP installations?
Is AMPPS currently fully compatible with the El Capitan Golden Master?
Clear answers to these questions is key in determining whether or not I should even consider a switch from Mamp Pro to AMPPS.
Thanks in advance to anyone who may respond.