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armor - Uncomplicated, modern HTTP server

Most of the functionality is implemented via Plugin interface which makes writing a custom plugin super easy.

hotel - :love_hotel: A simple process manager for developers

Tip: if you don't enable local domains, hotel can still be used as a catalog of local servers..localhost replaces .dev local domain and is the new default. See https://ma.ttias.be/chrome-force-dev-domains-https-via-preloaded-hsts/ for context.

fenix - A simple and visual static web server with collaboration features.

Fenix is a desktop web server for developers. Check out fenixwebserver.com for details. There's also a companion command line app. There are some YouTube videos available as well.Fenix 3 is currently in developer preview (macOS). Windows versions are nearly complete.

request-promise - The simplified HTTP request client 'request' with Promise support

The simplified HTTP request client 'request' with Promise support. Powered by Bluebird.Request and Bluebird are pretty awesome, but I found myself using the same design pattern. Request-Promise adds a Bluebird-powered .then(...) method to Request call objects. By default, http response codes other than 2xx will cause the promise to be rejected. This can be overwritten by setting options.simple = false.

webhook - webhook is a lightweight configurable tool written in Go, that allows you to easily create HTTP endpoints (hooks) on your server, which you can use to execute configured commands

webhook is a lightweight configurable tool written in Go, that allows you to easily create HTTP endpoints (hooks) on your server, which you can use to execute configured commands. You can also pass data from the HTTP request (such as headers, payload or query variables) to your commands. webhook also allows you to specify rules which have to be satisfied in order for the hook to be triggered.For example, if you're using Github or Bitbucket, you can use webhook to set up a hook that runs a redeploy script for your project on your staging server, whenever you push changes to the master branch of your project.

sites-using-cloudflare - :broken_heart: Archived list of domains using Cloudflare DNS at the time of the CloudBleed announcement

This is an (archived) list of sites on Cloudflare DNS at the time of the CloudBleed HTTPS traffic leak announcement. Original vuln thread by Google Project Zero.This list is archived and no longer under active maintenance. It may contain stale or inaccurate data that will not be corrected. Do not link to it from press releases, it is not intended for end-users. If people want to find it, they can Google it.

forge - A native implementation of TLS in Javascript and tools to write crypto-based and network-heavy webapps

A native implementation of TLS (and various other cryptographic tools) in JavaScript. The Forge software is a fully native implementation of the TLS protocol in JavaScript, a set of cryptography utilities, and a set of tools for developing Web Apps that utilize many network resources.

mountebank - Over the wire test doubles

In fact, halfway through we discovered our corporate mocking software couldn’t handle the sheer amount of performance testing we were running as part of this effort (we completely crushed some pretty industrial enterprise software in the process). As a result, we made the call to move the entire program over to a Mountebank OSS-based solution with a custom provision to give us the ability to expand/shrink our mocking needs on demand. mountebank is the first open source tool to provide cross-platform, multi-protocol test doubles over the wire. Just point your application to mountebank instead of the real dependency, and test like you would with traditional stubs and mocks.

Fast-Android-Networking - 🚀 A Complete Fast Android Networking Library that also supports HTTP/2 🚀

Fast Android Networking Library is a powerful library for doing any type of networking in Android applications which is made on top of OkHttp Networking Layer. Fast Android Networking Library takes care of each and everything. So you don't have to do anything, just make request and listen for the response.

Simple-Web-Server - A very simple, fast, multithreaded, platform independent HTTP and HTTPS server and client library implemented using C++11 and Boost

A very simple, fast, multithreaded, platform independent HTTP and HTTPS server and client library implemented using C++11 and Asio (both Boost.Asio and standalone Asio can be used). Created to be an easy way to make REST resources available from C++ applications. See https://github.com/eidheim/Simple-WebSocket-Server for an easy way to make WebSocket/WebSocket Secure endpoints in C++. Also, feel free to check out the new C++ IDE supporting C++11/14/17: https://github.com/cppit/jucipp.

Caddy - Fast, cross-platform HTTP/2 web server with automatic HTTPS

Caddy is a general-purpose HTTP/2 web server that serves HTTPS by default. Caddy is fast, easy to use, and makes you more productive.

artax - An async HTTP/1.1 client for Amp.

Artax is an asynchronous HTTP/1.1 client for Amp. Its API simplifies standards-compliant HTTP resource traversal and RESTful web service consumption without obscuring the underlying protocol. The library manually implements HTTP over TCP sockets; as such it has no dependency on ext/curl.This package can be installed as a Composer dependency.

request-promise-native - The simplified HTTP request client 'request' with Promise support

This package is similar to request-promise but uses native ES6 promises.request is defined as a peer-dependency and thus has to be installed separately.

droppy - Self-hosted file storage

droppy is a self-hosted file storage server with a web interface and capabilities to edit files and view media directly in the browser. It is particularly well-suited to be run on low-end hardware like the Raspberry Pi. droppy maintains a in-memory representation of the files directory. If you're on slow storage and/or serving 100k or more files, the initial indexing on startup will likely take some time.

node-mitm - Intercept and mock outgoing Node

Mitm.js is a library for Node.js (and Io.js) to intercept and mock outgoing network TCP and HTTP connections. Mitm.js intercepts and gives you a Net.Socket to communicate as if you were the remote server. For HTTP requests it even gives you Http.IncomingMessage and Http.ServerResponse — just like you're used to when writing Node.js servers. Except there's no actual server running, it's all just In-Process Interception™. Intercepting connections and requests is extremely useful to test and ensure your code does what you expect. Assert on request parameters and send back various responses to your code without ever having to hit the real network. Fast as hell and a lot easier to develop with than external test servers.

ansible-role-nginx - Ansible Role - Nginx

Installs Nginx on RedHat/CentOS, Debian/Ubuntu, Archlinux, FreeBSD or OpenBSD servers. This role installs and configures the latest version of Nginx from the Nginx yum repository (on RedHat-based systems), apt (on Debian-based systems), pacman (Archlinux), pkgng (on FreeBSD systems) or pkg_add (on OpenBSD systems). You will likely need to do extra setup work after this role has installed Nginx, like adding your own [virtualhost].conf file inside /etc/nginx/conf.d/, describing the location and options to use for your particular website.