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AppWatch: AOLserver 3.0 released

Apr 13, 2000, 00:28 (1 Talkback[s])


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From the AOL guys:

"After a year-and-a-half of development and testing in one of the heaviest production environments in the world, we're proud to release AOLserver 3.0!"

This release includes many bug fixes, enormeous improvements to database access performance, automatic configuration, and many Tcl updates for Unix and Win32 environments.

At its heart, AOLserver is a fast multi-threaded web server. It does all the normal things you would expect from a web server: serves HTML pages (and other media files) out of a file system, runs CGI scripts, processes server-side includes, etc. What sets AOLserver apart is that it's also a platform for dynamic web applications: AOLserver's C and Tcl API's, AOLserver Dynamic Pages (ADPs), and its database connectivity make it easy to quickly build fast, powerful web applications.

You can check all the relevant links and the changes history at AppWatch.com.