Published by Stunnix on 17 May 2007
OSWindows, Unix, Linux, Mac OS
Updated17 May 2007
Downloads556 (1 last week)
"Put site to CD working on Windows,MacOSX,Lin"Stunnix Perl Web Server is designed for putting any Perl/PHP/MySQL/SQLite-based
website on CDROM, that once put to tray will run off CDROM (including
webserver itself, MySQL and PHP/Perl interpreters) and will open a browser
with site in it on Windows, MacOS X and Linux from that single CDROM, without
requiring installation of any software to user's computer. It also allows to
make any website into usual desktop applications with installer.
This allows to greatly reduce costs of development of desktop applications
or of CDROMs with presentations and catalogues - since development using
web technologies is much cheaper and allows to deliver the products to
users of all major desktop operating systems. Stunnix Perl Web Server
uses a lot of advanced technologies to make websites run under it to
feel responsive like usual desktop applications do.
Stunnix Perl Web Server also aims to be as configurable as Apache web server
is. This also allows to run web sites under Stunnix Perl Web Server
typically without any modifications.
The database files, versions of Perl and PHP interpreters and of MySQL
server, included for all major desktop operating systems, will run off
CDROM, without even hidden installation to the user's computer.
Any CGI scripts are also supported. Mod-perl like framework is also
available. All HTTP standards are supported, including GET, POST,
If-Modified-Since, PATH_INFO. Server-Side Includes are also supported.
Stunnix Perl Web Server is implemented in pure Perl language. If your
site uses only Perl scripts, then your CDROM or application will run
perfectly on any Unix where Perl is already installed too.
Stunnix Perl Web Server is used internally for GUI to other Stunnix
Stunnix VBScript And ASP Obfuscator/Encoder,
Stunnix C/C++ Obfuscator/Mangler.
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