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Nginx - HTTP and reverse proxy server

  •    C

Nginx [engine x] is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server, written by Igor Sysoev. It supports accelerated reverse proxying with caching, simple load balancing and fault tolerance, SSL and TLS SNI support, Name-based and IP-based virtual servers and lot more.

Apache Web Server - Most popular web server on the Internet

  •    C

Apache web server is most popular and widely used web servers. Its features could be extended using modules. mod_proxy is a proxy module, mod_ssl provides ssl support, mod_rewrite provides URL rewriting etc. Virtual hosting is supported. Multiple websites could be accessed from single web server.

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

  •    Go

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.

iodine - iodine - HTTP / Websocket Server with Pub/Sub support, optimized for Ruby MRI on Linux / BSD

  •    C

Iodine is ideal for Linux/Unix based systems (i.e. macOS, Ubuntu, FreeBSD etc'), which are ideal for evented IO (while Windows and Solaris are better at IO completion events, which are totally different). Iodine is a C extension for Ruby, developed and optimized for Ruby MRI 2.2.2 and up... it should support the whole Ruby 2.0 MRI family, but Rack requires Ruby 2.2.2, and so iodine matches this requirement.




nodemcu-httpserver - A (very) simple web server written in Lua for the ESP8266 firmware NodeMCU.

  •    Lua

A (very) simple web server written in Lua for the ESP8266 running the NodeMCU firmware. If you are trying to implement a user-interface or HTTP webserver in your ESP8266 then you are really abusing its intended purpose. When it comes to scoping your ESP8266 applications, the adage Keep It Simple Stupid truly applies.

embedio - A tiny, cross-platform, module based web server for .NET

  •    CSharp

A tiny, cross-platform, module based, MIT-licensed web server for .NET Framework and .NET Core.EmbedIO before version 1.4.0 uses Newtonsoft JSON and an internal logger subsystem based on ILog interface.

router.cr - Minimum High Performance Middleware for Crystal Web Server.

  •    Crystal

The default web server of the Crystal is quite good πŸ˜„ but it weak at routing 😒. Kemal or other web frameworks written in Crystal are awesome πŸ˜„, but it's too fat for some purpose 😒. Include Router to utilize router.cr.

jennet - HTTP web framework written in Pony

  •    Pony

Context: Store data that can be used by the request handler as well as any middleware. Middleware Chaining: Easily add multiple middlewares to the route that can execute functions both before and after the request handler.


fiery - A flexible and lightweight web server

  •    R

Fiery is a flexible and lightweight framework for building web servers in R. It is relatively unopinionated about how you chose to build your server logic and supports many use cases, from serving static files to being used as a base for a model-view-controller based setup. In a way, yes. Any package that provides functionality for creating web applications in R will be competing for the developers who wish to make web apps. This is of course reinforced by the name of the package, which is a gentle jab at Shiny. But mostly no. I believe Shiny and Fiery will appeal to vastly different use cases, in the same way as automakers and motorbike makers are in theory competing for the customers who wish to acquire the means to transport themselves, but would never be seen as truly competing.

wine - A lightweight web framework in Golang.

  •    Go

Wine is a lightweight web framework for quickly writing web applications/services in Go. Request.Parameters contains all request parameters (query/body/header).

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.

go-project - Basic go project directory structure with wire frame code

  •    Go

We are running an HTTP server at a specified port to accept requests written in go using its net/http package. We have a build.go file which helps with building our binary for deployment purpose. We can directly build project by going to cmd package and running main.go. We divided the responsibility of serving a request to different modules for clarity. All our requests go through middlewares which helps in logging, measuring metrics etc. A request is handled by the api package whose main responsibility is to validate request parameters and forming right response. Once a request is validated by api package, it is passed to app package to handle all business logic. App package requests repository package for fetching any data from database or cache. We have defined other packages like logger for centralized logging, metrics for managing metrics of requests, settings to keep static or dynamic config data.

nodemcu-httpd - Small (single file) HTTP daemon for NodeMCU

  •    Lua

After uploading, connect the serial console (screen /dev/ttyUSB0 9600 under most *nix flavors) and reboot the device. The device will print its IP address in the console.

elli - Simple, robust and performant Erlang web server

  •    Erlang

Elli is a webserver you can run inside your Erlang application to expose an HTTP API. Elli is a aimed exclusively at building high-throughput, low-latency HTTP APIs. If robustness and performance is more important than general purpose features, then elli might be for you. If you find yourself digging into the implementation of a webserver, elli might be for you. If you're building web services, not web sites, then elli might be for you. Elli is used in production at Wooga and Game Analytics. Elli requires OTP 18.0 or newer.

Criollo - A powerful Cocoa based web application framework for macOS, iOS and tvOS.

  •    Objective-C

Criollo helps create fast standalone or embedded web apps that deliver content directly over HTTP or FastCGI. You can write code in Swift or Objective-C and you can use the Cocoa technologies you already know. Criollo is designed with speed, security and flexibility in mind, that's why it comes with a few very useful features out of the box, thus allowing you to focus on the actual job your project needs to do, without having to jump through hoops in order to make it happen.