A small C++ application server with a Java like programming interface
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README

Yah!Srv is an experimental server. It's designed to run behind a normal
webserver (Apache httpd, nginx) and serve JSON'ed content. It separates
firmly the static content from the dynamic content, and make use of the
of the caching capabilities naturally coming from the HTTP specs.

Yah!Srv was created by a Java developer. It has a pragmatic approach, 
and presents an interface similar to the Java world (servlets / filters). 
It's not intended to rock the world (for now!) but demonstrates that
no interpreted language will ever beat C / C++: although I hate 
comparisons, it has > 2x more speed than Java using less than 1/3 of 
resources; what's more important, the performance is predictable.

There are still a lot of improvements to be done. If you want to give
me a hand, go ahead.

Yah!Srv is completely free software (BOOST licence). Documentation and
examples are available in this distribution.