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lganzzzo said 25 days ago:

It's fully open-source. Licensed under Apache-2.

Github - https://github.com/oatpp/oatpp

itm said 24 days ago:

Could you please tell how it compares to Wt? (https://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt)

lganzzzo said 25 days ago:

Version 1.0.0 is finally released. Questions and comments are welcome!

billconan said 25 days ago:

does it support http2?

How to implement server side rendering using a non-javascript backend?

lganzzzo said 25 days ago:

Thanks for the question,

Work on Http2 is planned for this year. Not implemented yet.

Currently supported protocols:

- HTTP1.1

- Websocket

> How to implement server side rendering using a non-javascript backend?

Oat++ is focused on serving APIs. It has no server-side module at the moment. And it's not currently planned in the future.

72deluxe said 25 days ago:

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... ?

groomed said 25 days ago:

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

72deluxe said 24 days ago:

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!