MyServer development has moved to GNU savannah since it became an official GNU Project: https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/myserver
MVProc implemented as a FastCGI
MVProc FastCGI is a Model-View-Controller platform that uses MySQL stored procedures as the Controller element. It's based on the stable Apache module MVProc, and all functionality has been tested (and load tested), so it may be "Production Ready" even though it hasn't been implemented in a production environment as yet. Benchmarking indicates it's "nearly as fast" on lighttpd as the MVProc Apache module, though a truly thorough benchmarking with a variety of servers and web applications (outputting the same result) would be more than welcome if anyone is offering... It's fast and runs great on Lighttpd! Supports application/x-www-form-urlencoded and multipart/form-data! Highly configurable! Very fast templating! Designed to be secure, with SQL injection protection, XSS attack protection, and more! Responsive project admin!
A mod_perl-based RPC API designed for ease of setup, ease of extension, and rapid development. Using Presto, you can develop a robust, fully "web-2.0" web application in a day or two. Oh and it scales. Take that, Ruby on Rails.
Yet another C CGI framework. Includes CGI library, template parser library and helper libraries (mysql helper, hash support). Works with FastCGI (must be compiled with libfcgi). Documentation available at http://www.pavluk.org/projects/libcgic/libcgic/.
Lightweight CGI/FastCGI implementation for use with ANSI/ISO C++.
modvb is a fork of modgb(http://modgb.sourceforge.net) we wish to extend modgb beyond the expectations of the origanal maintainer and create a full ISS clone based on open source software
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Prophiler is a web based filebrowser. All simple features of desktop filebrowsers are implemented. A powerfull plugin-system let's you write and configure your own plugins, templates, languages, utils etc.