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Wt (pronounced as witty) is a C++ library for developing web applications. The API is widget-centric and uses well-tested patterns of desktop GUI development tailored to the web. To the developer, it offers abstraction of web-specific implementation details, including client-server protocols, event handling, graphics support, graceful degradation (or progressive enhancement), and URL handling.
The library comes with an application server that acts as a stand-alone Http(s)/WebSocket server or integrates through FastCGI with other web servers.
The Akka HTTP modules implement a full server- and client-side HTTP stack on top of akka-actor and akka-stream. It's not a web-framework but rather a more general toolkit for providing and consuming HTTP-based services. While interaction with a browser is of course also in scope it is not the primary focus of Akka HTTP.
Client-side and client/server AJAX applets, games, web widgets, plugins based on the Google Web Toolkit for use in your websites, blogs, CMS systems, and for display in Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox, Safari, Opera.
Secure Socket Funneling (SSF) is a network tool and toolkit. It provides simple and efficient ways to forward data from multiple sockets (TCP or UDP) through a single secure TLS link to a remote computer. SSF also allows dynamic port forwarding with a SOCKS server from the client to the server and from the server to the client.
Gizmo Microservice Toolkit toolkit provides packages to put together server and pubsub daemons with the following features like Standardized configuration and logging, Health check endpoints with configurable strategies, Configuration for managing pprof endpoints and log levels, Structured logging containing basic request information, Useful metrics for endpoints, Graceful shutdowns, Basic interfaces to define our expectations and vocabulary and lot more.
clusterd is an open source application server attack toolkit. Born out of frustration with current fingerprinting and exploitation methods, clusterd automates the fingerprinting, reconnaissance, and exploitation phases of an application server attack. See the wiki for more information.
Hunchentoot is a web server written in Common Lisp and at the same time a toolkit for building dynamic websites. As a stand-alone web server, Hunchentoot is capable of HTTP/1.1 chunking (both directions), persistent connections (keep-alive), and SSL. Hunchentoot provides facilities like automatic session handling (with and without cookies), logging, customizable error handling, and easy access to GET and POST parameters sent by the client. It does not include functionality to programmatically generate HTML output. For this task you can use any library you like, e.g. CL-WHO or HTML-TEMPLATE.
webmachine-ruby is a port of Webmachine, which is written in Erlang. The goal of both projects is to expose interesting parts of the HTTP protocol to your application in a declarative way. This means that you are less concerned with the procedures involved in handling requests directly and more with describing facts about the resources that make up your application. Webmachine is not a web framework per se, but more of a toolkit for building HTTP-friendly applications. For example, it does not provide a templating engine or a persistence layer; those choices are up to you. Below we go through some examples of how to do basic things with webmachine-ruby.
The Validator Toolkit provides a set of validators for the ASP.NET MVC framework to validate HTML forms on the client and server-side using validation sets. By defining a validation set, e.g. a LoginValidationSet class, the toolkit will generate code.
Turbo is a framework built for LuaJIT 2 to simplify the task of building fast and scalable network applications. It uses a event-driven, non-blocking, no thread design to deliver excellent performance and minimal footprint to high-load applications while also providing excellent support for embedded uses. The toolkit can be used for HTTP REST API's, traditional dynamic web pages through templating, open connections like WebSockets, or just as high level building blocks for native speed network applications. First and foremost the framework is aimed at the HTTP(S) protocol. This means web developers and HTTP API developers are the first class citizens. But the framework contains generic nuts and bolts such as; a I/O loop, IO Stream classes, customizeable TCP (with SSL) server classes giving it value for everyone doing any kind of high performance network application. It will also speak directly to your exising C libraries, and happily also create native C struct's for the ultimate memory and CPU performance.
XUP (Extensible User Interface Protocol) is a SOAP-based protocol for delivering events and incremental UI updates. This project builds a web application development framework on top of XUP, consisting of a client, a server toolkit, and a template viewer.
This is a real-time full-duplex speech recognition server, based on the Kaldi toolkit and the GStreamer framework and implemented in Python. 2018-04-25: Server should now work with Tornado 5 (thanks to @Gastron). If using Python 2, you might need to install the futures package (pip install futures).
Rachel is an open-source resource loading toolkit for Java Web Start/JNLP. Rachel vastly simplifies resource loading for Java Web Start/JNLP apps by offering a URL handler for class:// and an embeddable, multi-threaded, ultra light-weight Web server.
The Label Security Toolkit provides tools and techniques for using Microsoft® SQL Server (versions 2005 through 2012) to implement row-level security (RLS) and cell-level security (CLS) based on security labels. The major components of the Toolkit are: • The Label Polic...
Plack is a set of tools for using the PSGI stack. It contains middleware components, a reference server and utilities for Web application frameworks. Plack is like Ruby's Rack or Python's Paste for WSGI. See PSGI for the PSGI specification and PSGI::FAQ to know what PSGI and Plack are and why we need them.