How to Deploy HTML5 Website on a LAMP Server in Ubuntu

In the previous two articles of this series, we explained how to set up Netbeans in a Linux desktop distribution as an IDE to develop web applications. We then proceeded to add two core components, jQuery and Bootstrap, in order to make your pages mobile-friendly and responsive. As you will seldom deal with static content as a developer, we will now add dynamic functionality to the basic page that we set up in Part 2. To begin, let us list the prerequisites and address them before moving forward.