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CppCMS

CppCMS
Original author(s) Artyom Beilis
Initial release 0.0.2 / Released January 2009
Stable release 1.0.5 / October 30, 2014 (2014-10-30)
Written in C++
Operating system cross platform
Type Web application framework
License LGPL and Commercial
Website .comcppcms

CppCMS is an open source web application framework for the C++ programming language developed by Artyom Beilis. It is one of very few[1] web frameworks for C++. The primary goal of CppCMS is building performance-demanding web applications. It may also be used for embedded web applications for consumer devices (such as administration consoles for routers, smart devices, etc.) The library is available under multiple licenses: LGPLv3 and a commercial license. It currently targets POSIX-compatible and Windows platforms.

Unlike what the framework's name suggests, it is not a content management system.

Major features

See also

References

  1. ^ Andre Bar'yudin's blog - C++ web development framework
  2. ^ CppCMS meets Comet
  3. ^ August Penguin conference, Boost.Locale
  4. ^ What is Boost.Locale? - Boost.Locale Tutorials

External links

  • CppCMS Project home page
  • CppCMS blog
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