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fastcgipp

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  Analyzed 5 days ago

The fastcgi++ library started out as a C++ alternative to the official FastCGI developers kit. The goal of this project is to provide a platform to develop web application under C++.

5.56K lines of code

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MCTX3420

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  Analyzed about 12 hours ago

2013 MCTX3420 UWA Team 4

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psihttpd

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psihttpd, or ψhttpd, is a very compact yet full-featured HTTP/HTTPS server written in highly portable C with optional isolated basic FTP functionality (for managing web content, etc.). It provides all the features a modern web server should provide, and no features that it shouldn't. ψhttpd only ... [More] speaks HTTP version 1.1, the current version of HTTP since early 1996, but does not refuse clients that use HTTP 1.0 for backwards compatibility reasons. ψhttpd also has a very advanced Dynamic Page Execution Engine (DPXE) which allows for: CGI, FastCGI, and SCGI Embedded Lua support More protocols (i.e. WSGI) added at run-time through Lua [Less]

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qDecoder - CGI Library for C/C++

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

The goal of qDecoder project is providing complete but simple and versatile CGI library for C/C++ language.

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Licenses: bsd
Tags c c++ cgi fastcgi

rapp

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  Analyzed 5 days ago

RApp is an application container, written in C.

7.77K lines of code

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over 8 years since last commit

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Jon's Python modules

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

Simple yet powerful multi-threaded object-oriented CGI/FastCGI/WSGI/mod_python/html-templating modules for Python.

4.68K lines of code

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over 12 years since last commit

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efcgi

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

Efcgi is an implementation of fast CGI for Erlang that is built around tcpip. It fully embraces fast cgi and makes no attempt to try and emulate cgi. So instead of connecting up the incoming stderr/stdout with streams it calls a callback that you provide with the relevant data. You may use this as ... [More] the entry point for your system turning the incoming parms and data into messages idiomatic to your application. [Less]

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Gatling Web Server

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

gatling - a high performance web server Features •Small! (125k static Linux-x86 binary with HTTP, FTP and SMB support) •Fast! (measure for yourself, please) •Scalable!

15.8K lines of code

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WDScript

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  Analyzed about 9 hours ago

WDScript and Linux portability of WDScript Project. WDScript is a CGI like php where native language is W-Langage from PCSoft (english and french). Can be used to access Hyperfile Databases from a web server. help: http://wdscript.sf.net/wiki/

27.6K lines of code

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over 11 years since last commit

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Brook framework

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  Analyzed about 21 hours ago

Brook framework is the perfect Free Pascal framework for your web applications. It's pure Pascal. You don't need to leave your preferred programming language. It's complete: simple actions or configurable actions for database access, advanced routing features, wizard for Lazarus, support for ... [More] internationalization, high compatibility with JSON structures, easy and elegant REST implementation, plugins for varied needs, extensible and decoupled brokers... In fact, you have several reasons to adopt Brook as your web development framework. [Less]

9.54K lines of code

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over 3 years since last commit

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