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A Server built for Experimentation

  Posted on Wednesday May 31, @02:29AM Pacific
W3C Jigsaw is an Open Source web server platform. With a modular architecture and full HTTP/1.1 compliance, the Jigsaw server is a premier experimental platform for W3C and the Internet community at large. The server uses an object-oriented approach when it comes to the storage of files and the processing of incoming requests, making it both efficient and easily extensible. Jigsaw is written in Java, has Servlet 2.2 support and now includes a serialization scheme - JigXML.

 
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    Re: A Server built for Experimentation

    by Isila on Monday June 17, @11:21AM
    Bonjour John
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