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OpenAutonomy Reference Implementation

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OpenAutonomy PHP server and related tools

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Description

The official OpenAutonomy server reference implementation.

NOTE: The full "server" is not required to interact with OpenAutonomy.

The main implementation priority is ubiquitousness. To that effect, the server is implemented in PHP with few external dependencies to ensure that this can be run on even the leanest of web hosts.

The project includes the related tools from FreeMarker templates (used to generate RPC glue code) to the PHP "compiler" (static inlining of PHP includes in order to reduce runtime search overhead).

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Categories

XML-RPC

License

MIT License

Features

  • Federated Identity
  • Cloud Storage
  • Distributed Social Networking
  • RSS Aggregation

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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

PHP

Registered

2013-09-13

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