embedded web application development framework
DescriptionThis package contains KLone's source code, to be used to build custom kloned servers. KLone is a fully-featured, multiplatform, web application development framework, targeted especially for embedded systems and appliances. It is a self-contained solution which includes a web server and an SDK for creating WWW sites with both static and dynamic content. When using KLone, there's absolutely no need for any additional component: neither the HTTP/S server (e.g. Apache, Netscape, Roxen), nor the typical active pages engine (PHP, Perl, ASP, Python). KLone does everything, and does it fast and small. KLone blends the HTTP/S server application together with its content and configuration into a single executable file. The site developer writes his/her dynamic pages in C/C++ (in usual scripting style: <% /* code */ %>) and uses KLone to transform them into embeddable, compressed native code with the native C/C++ compiler. The result is then linked to the HTTP/S server skeleton to obtain one single, ROM-able, binary file. This means that he/she can get:
- easy, complete and unfiltered interaction with the host operating
- dynamic pages in native compiled code, which in turn implies
- fast execution and
- small overall application footprint
- all of this without giving up the common functionality of web
application frameworks such as sessions, parsing of form
variables, cookies, etc
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