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MiniWeb HTTP server

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MiniWeb is an embeddable, cross-platform, small-footprint HTTP server implementation, implementing basic GET and POST requests as well as request handling dynamic content generating. It works on x86 (Windows/Linux), ARM, MIPS and any posix platforms, either embedded or standalone.

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Features

  • small footprint HTTP server written in C
  • GET & POST actions with basic HTTP authentication
  • user-defined request handler routines
  • cross-platform compatibility
  • basic HTTP audio and video streaming
  • serial UART to HTTP gateway

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    Exactly what I need for testing my small js framework test. Thanks developers.

    Posted 04/15/2015
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    Literally the most USEFUL thing ever when I need portability, or just when I have a low amount of storage! LOVE IT.

    Posted 07/09/2014
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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C

Registered

2003-10-16

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