eSoap is a SOAP toolkit for C++. Server side programming of Web services can be done using mod_esoap (an Apache module that supports SOAP), Abyss (the native embedded HTTP server), and CGI. Client side programming implements one type of SOAP transport (HTTP) using two libraries (NanoHTTP/cURL). Examples of how to build Web services for Linux, Windows, and RTOS are provided.
web server administration platform in java is a set of client and server side programs used to administer web servers, whose core is written in Java. It is based on servlets for server side, and on everything who can communicate with servlets (C, Delphi, Perl, Java, Python, etc.) for client side. It is aimed at providing a means to administer Web servers easily on all platforms.
@1 Auto Delete deletes all files (in a specific directory) with dates older than the specified number of days. It can be useful if you have pages generated through user's input. It can be run manually from a browser, through telnet, or automatically using crontab. There are only two variables to edit - the directory, and the file age.
Medusa provides a framework for implementing asynchronous socket-based servers for TCP/IP, and on Unix, Unix domain sockets. The first release includes HTTP, FTP, and 'monitor' (remote python interpreter) servers. Medusa can simultaneously support several instances of either the same or different server types - for example you could start up two HTTP servers, an FTP server, and a monitor server. Then you could connect to the monitor server to control and manipulate medusa while it is running.
Batch-Apache Module simplifies the task of adding a number of virtual domains to a Web server. Once some initial information is given, the admin may add any number of domains in one step. This module can be chained together with the Batch-DNS module, so that Master and Slave DNS can be set up for all domains in one step each.
xmlizer configurator/server is a client/server approach for custom database to XML mapping. The configurator is used to set up projects and the server delivers the processed requests on demand (like a Web server) according to the mapping rules made with the configurator, which includes a drag and drop GUI. One module is for dumping databases (or parts of it) in a fixed format and the other module can build XML instances satisfying a specified XML Schema (or DTD).
Rainbows! is an HTTP server for sleepy Rack applications. It is based on Unicorn, but designed to handle applications that expect long request/response times and/or slow clients. For Rack applications not heavily bound by slow external network dependencies, consider Unicorn instead as it simpler and easier to debug.