strata - A modular, streaming HTTP server for node.js

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A modular, streaming HTTP server

http://stratajs.org
https://github.com/mjackson/strata

Dependencies:

bufferedstream : 1.6.x
mime : 1.2.3
strftime : 0.4.6
markdown : ~0.3.1

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