kwang - High Performance Kotlin Native Web Framework based on Lwan

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Kwang is a thin Kotlin/Native wrapper around high-performance, low-overhead web server(s). It is in experimental state, supporting Lwan partially. It may have libh2o backend in the future. cmake, zlib, and libbsd should be installed before building.

https://github.com/KwangIO/kwang

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