Daniel Nicoletti

Cutelyst

A Web Framework, using the simple approach of Catalyst (Perl) framework.

Develop web-server applications for Linux, Windows and Mac OS in C++ with Cutelyst. The API is modeled after the popular Catalyst framework for Perl.

Cutelyst share code

Why have two or more development teams focused on an specific platform when you can have a single team coding the same code, sharing skills and lines of code!

With Qt, you already can write application for Windows, Linux, Android, MacOS and iOS using the same source code, Cutelyst allows you to share your C++ code with your web application.

Cutelyst is easy to deploy

Cutelyst has a WSGI server which supports HTTP/1.1, HTTP/2, FastCGI and WebSockets, it can even be embedded in your application if you like. It also features a plugin for uWSGI which give us support for HTTP/1.0, FastCGI and uWSGI protocols but is slower and doesn't support WebSockets. Running standalone or behind a web server is really easy.

Cutelyst is scalable

With your application logic written in C++ your application get's really small, a full CMS (like this one) uses around 5MB of RAM which can be shared with other instances of the same application. You save your RAM and CPU while offering your users with faster response times.

Cutelyst home page

https://cutelyst.org/

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Version:
2.8.0
Publisher:
Daniel Nicoletti
Contact:
dantti12@gmail.com
Copyright:
Daniel Nicoletti
Authors:
Daniel Nicoletti
From:
https://inqlude.org
License:
LGPL-2.1-only
Created at:
2014-11-24
Updated at:
2017-07-27
Platforms:
Linux
Windows
macOS
Qt versions:
5.6 or later
Packages:
https://github.com/cutelyst/cutelyst/archive/v1.8.0.tar.gz
Source repository:
https://github.com/cutelyst/cutelyst.git
User manuals:
https://api.cutelyst.org
https://github.com/cutelyst/cutelyst/wiki/Tutorial_01_Intro
Dependencies:
uWSGI
Qt5Sql
Qt5Network