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Javalin - A Simple REST API Library for Java / Kotlin

  •    Java

Javalin is a very lightweight web framework for Kotlin and Java, inspired by Sparkjava and koa.js. Javalin is written in Kotlin with a few functional interfaces written in Java. This was necessary to provide an enjoyable and near identical experience for both Kotlin and Java developers.

latke - :hotsprings: A Spring-like, JSON based Java Web Framework

  •    Java

Yet another simple web framework based on Java servlet technology.




HTTP-RPC - Lightweight REST services for Java

  •    Java

HTTP-RPC is an open-source framework for implementing and interacting with RESTful and REST-like web services in Java. It is extremely lightweight and requires only a Java runtime environment and a servlet container. The entire framework is distributed as a single JAR file that is about 68KB in size, making it an ideal choice for applications where a minimal footprint is desired. This guide introduces the HTTP-RPC framework and provides an overview of its key features.

hrrs - Record, transform, and replay HTTP requests in Java EE and Spring applications.

  •    Java

HRRS (HTTP Request Record Suite) is a set of tools that you can leverage to record, transform, and replay HTTP requests in your Java EE and Spring web applications written in Java 6 or higher. In essence, HRRS bundles a servlet filter for recording and a standalone command-line Java application for replaying the requests.

noradle - NodeJS and ORACLE PL/SQL integrated platform (node + plsql) oracle oracle oracle

  •    Javascript

Want to build solid information system solely on PL/SQL and javascript easily, no rely on any other programming language or technical stack? develop with NORADLE. note: from v0.14.0, noradle is split into several sub projects under https://github.com/noradle.


HttpSessionReplacer - Store JEE Servlet HttpSessions in Redis

  •    Java

Provides management of application sessions via a session repository (e.g. Redis). General JEE container use case with HttpSession is supported.

CPPWebFramework - ​The C++ Web Framework (CWF) is a MVC web framework, Open Source, under MIT License, using C++ with Qt to be used in the development of web applications

  •    C++

​The C++ Web Framework (CWF) is a MVC web framework, Open Source, under MIT License, using C++ with Qt to be used in the development of web applications. The CWF was designed to consume few computational resources, such as memory and processing, and have a low response time for requests. With MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture, where you can create classes to take care of the business layer (Model), use CSTL (C++ Server Pages Standard Tag Library) within the Web Pages to take care of data presentation (View) and use the controllers as a between the two layers (Controller). The CWF had inspirations in Java Servlets, JSTL and Spring Framework. The CWF has only one configuration file, called CPPWeb.ini and a policy of using only C++ and Qt in the development of its components in order to avoid the installation of numerous libraries and conflicts, maintain multiplatform characteristics, facilitate installation and keep the learning curve low in order to make web development as simple as possible, even for beginners.

w4py - Webware for Python

  •    Python

Webware for Python is a suite of Python packages and tools for developing object-oriented, web-based applications. The suite uses well known design patterns and includes a fast Application Server, Servlets, Python Server Pages (PSP), Object-Relational Mapping, Task Scheduling, Session Management, and many other features. Webware is very modular and easily extended. Webware for Python is well proven and platform-independent. It is compatible with multiple web servers, database servers and operating systems.