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KLone 2.2.0

Web application development framework


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Total downloads: 105
  • Last Updated: Sep 16, 2009
  • License: Shareware N/A
  • OS: Linux
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For KLone 2.2.0Publisher's description


KLone is a Development software developed by KoanLogic. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for KLone:

EditByBSEditor: KLone is a fully-featured, multiplatform, web application development framework, targeted especially for embedded systems and appliances
* Multiplatform HTTP and HTTP/S

KLone allows the creation of HTTP and HTTP/s servers which run on a wide range of platforms, even with strong CPU and memory constraints.

A growing list of supported Platforms is available.
* Small footprint

Memory footprint is small; the range goes from about 110 KB (statically linked, no SSL support) to about 350 KB (dynamically linked, with SSL support through OpenSSL).

The server file size with HTTP/S support is about 130KB (dynamically linked).
* Multiple content suppliers (on-disk file system, embedded file system, CGIs)

The web server may retrieve its content from the local file system, from the embedded file system (which is linked to the executable at build time) or from CGIs (also PHP, Perl, etc.) or from a Combination of such methods.

Systems with no storage can still provide rich web content by embedding all data into KLone's main executable and burning it in a ROM.

Developers can choose to compress or encrypt embedded content.
* Open source or royalty-free commercial license

One can choose between an open source license (GPL) and a royalty-free commercial licence depending on needs. More info can be found on the License PaGE.
you can free download KLone 2.2.0 now.


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