It's fully open-source. Licensed under Apache-2.
Github - https://github.com/oatpp/oatpp
Could you please tell how it compares to Wt? (https://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt)
Version 1.0.0 is finally released. Questions and comments are welcome!
does it support http2?
Thanks for the question,
Work on Http2 is planned for this year. Not implemented yet.
Currently supported protocols:
Oat++ is focused on serving APIs. It has no server-side module at the moment. And it's not currently planned in the future.
So this is for the client??
I only ask because the homepage "Handle over 5 Million simultaneous connections on a single server." implies that it is for the server... ?
It is web client and web server. I guess he meant that the main purpose of the server is to serve API requests. not web pages
Ah that makes sense, thanks. I guess there's no reason it can't serve pages because it is just "text" being returned after all!