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RestBed - Asynchronous RESTful functionality to C++11 applications

  •    C++

Restbed is a comprehensive and consistent programming model for building applications that require seamless and secure communication over HTTP, with the ability to model a range of business processes, designed to target mobile, tablet, desktop and embedded production environments. More in-depth examples can be found here.

Sming - Sming - Open Source framework for high efficiency native ESP8266 development

  •    C++

Sming is an asynchronous C/C++ framework with superb performance and multiple network features. Sming is open source and is tailored towards embedded devices. It supports multiple architectures as ESP8266 for example. Please note Version 4 documentation is at sming.readthedocs.io.

shhchat - A Linux command-line multi-user chat program using SSL

  •    C

A Linux command-line multi-user chat program using SSL. Both openssl devel and websocket libraries are required to compile shhchat.

redli - Redli - A humane alternative to the Redis-cli and TLS

  •    Go

Redli is a Go-based alternative to the official Redis-cli application. It's major feature is that it mimics the redis-cli command line argurments while also understanding rediss: protocols and supporting a --tls flag allowing it to connect to TLS/SSL secured Redis without the need for tunnels. It also has a number of flags and environment variables for passing server certificates over as files or base64 strings. Note, passing a certificate turns TLS on by default. Be aware of interactions with wild cards and special characters in the shell; quote and escape as appropriate.

set-connection-options - Meteor set additional mongo connection settings (e

  •    Javascript

Simple Meteor Atmosphere Package to allow you to pass in additional connection settings to Mongo that are not supported by the URI Connection String format. i.e. You can set useful things like ssl, sslCA, sslCert, connectTimeoutMS, authSource etc.

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