Event-based framework for internet applications
DescriptionIt includes a web server, a telnet server, a multiplayer RPG engine, a generic client and server for remote object access, and APIs for creating new protocols. Additionally it includes protocol-specific implementations such as: Twisted Conch: a client/server implementation of the SSH protocol, using the twisted framework. Twisted Mail: contains high-level, efficient protocol implementations for both clients and servers of SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4. Additionally, it contains an "out of the box" combination SMTP/POP3 virtual-hosting mail server. Also included is a read/write Maildir implementation and a basic Mail Exchange calculator (depends on Twisted Names). Twisted Web: a web server, and also provides basic HTTP client support. You may want to check out Nevow, a templating toolkit designed for twisted.web, and Twisted Web2, the next generation Twisted web server. Twisted Words includes:
- Low-level protocol implementations of OSCAR (AIM and ICQ), IRC, MSN,
- Jabber libraries.
- Prototypes of chat server and client frameworks built on top
of the protocols.
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