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node-php - Node.js interfacing with PHP-FPM through FastCGI

Be worried, be very worried. The name NodePHP takes its name from the fact that we are effectively turning a nice Node.js server into a FastCGI interface that interacts with PHP-FPM. This is omega-alpha-super-beta-proof-of-concept but it already runs a few simple scripts. Mostly done for my talks on Node.js for PHP Developers this turns out to be quite an interesting project that we are most likely be going to use with Orchestra when we decide to release our Inline PHP server that allows people to run PHP without Apache, Nginx or any webserver.

cutelyst - A C++ Web Framework built on top of Qt, using the simple approach of Catalyst (Perl) framework

A Web Framework built on top of Qt, using the simple and elegant approach of Catalyst (Perl) framework. Qt's meta object system is what powers the core of Cutelyst, it allows for introspecting controller's methods signatures and generate matching actions that can be invoked later.

Perfect-FastCGI - FastCGI server for Perfect.

Perfect server can run with either its built-in HTTP 1.1 system or with this FastCGI based server.This server can run with any FastCGI enabled webserver over either UNIX socket files or TCP.

devproxy - A swiss army knife of forward HTTP proxies

devproxy is intended to be an easily configurable forward HTTP proxy for web application development. This can be done since the name resolution is done in devproxy, which is configured to map any request for http://example.com to

fastcgi - Simple, robust node.js web server that runs FastCGI applications

fastcgi is an extremely simple web server that serves a FastCGI application. Voila! Instant web application. Basically, fastcgi exports a FastCGI/unix service to be an HTTP/inet service.

Kitura-net - Kitura networking

The Kitura-net module contains logic for sending and receiving HTTP requests. It also contains the structure for listening on a port and sending requests to a delegate for processing. It can be used to create HTTP/CGI servers on specific ports, and provides HTTP functionality. We expect most of our users to require higher level concepts such as routing, templates and middleware, these are not provided in Kitura-net, if you want to use those facilities you should be coding at the Kitura level, for this please see the Kitura project. Kitura-net underpins Kitura which offers a higher abstraction level to users.

node-fastcgi-application - Run Node under a FCGI process manager.

Run your Node.js server under a FastCGI link from a webserver. Useful if you want to run Node on a shared host, or if you have some kind of middleware you rely on in your webserver. You can integrate this into an existing project by simply changing your http.createServer call to use this library.

fastcgipp - A C++ FastCGI and Web development platform:

May 28, 2016 - Some good examples are now done and in the documentation. I've got said documentation hosted online now so check it out. May 18, 2016 - The re-write is now effectively complete. What I mean by this is that the library now builds and passes some basic benchmarking tests. I'm really hoping to get as much feedback as possible so please test away. The docs are not web hosted anywhere yet so you'll have to build them yourself as described below. Note that the only example/tutorial that works so far is the helloworld one.

Fastcgi - The Hoa\Fastcgi library.

Hoa is a modular, extensible and structured set of PHP libraries. Moreover, Hoa aims at being a bridge between industrial and research worlds. This library allows to manipulate the FastCGI protocol, which ensures the communication between a HTTP server and an external program (such as PHP).

fast-cgi-client - A PHP fast CGI client for sending requests (a)synchronously to PHP-FPM

A PHP fast CGI client to send requests (a)synchronously to PHP-FPM using the FastCGI Protocol. This library is based on the work of Pierrick Charron's PHP-FastCGI-Client and was ported and modernized to PHP 7.0/PHP 7.1, extended with some features for handling multiple requests (in loops) and unit and integration tests as well.