The main part of the framework is the embedded Web server. This powerful Ada-based web server can be embedded allowing your application to talk with all modern web browsers.
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- Web Parameters Module
For retrieving forms or URL parameters and building an associative table for easy access.
- Session Server
Keeps client’s data from page to page.
- SOAP Support
For developing web services and generating stubs/skeletons from a WSDL document.
- Template Parser
Allows for the complete separation of the web design from the code.
Support for Secure Sockets based on OpenSSL library.
- Large Scale Server Capabilities
Support for large servers and virtual hosting using dispatchers based on URI, request methods or host names.
- Server Push Support
- Log Module
Creates log file that keeps information about all resources requested by the servers.
Support for SOAP, SMTP, POP, and LDAP protocols. Support for AJAX standard.
- Client-Side Support
Client API to retrieve any web page from a web site.
- High Level Services
Includes many high level services such as: a directory browser, ready to be used in any application, status page for information concerning the current AWS server and a web page service to build a simple static page server. And much more…
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- Templates Parser User’s Guide »
This is the main documentation for the AWS Templates Parser.
- Ada Web Server User’s Guide »
This is the main documentation for AWS, the Ada Web Server library.
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– Maryland, USA
Sep 27, 2017
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Webinar: Developing embedded systems in Ada - a C programmer’s guide to safe, secure software