Considerations when evaluating RWSERVE


These documents will help you learn about the Read Write Tools HTTP/2 server: possible use cases, notable features, limitations and extensibility.


Getting started with HTTP/2

Out of the box HTTP/2 nextgen technology with Read Write Serve's dynamic modular architecture and JavaScript plugins is crazy/cool!
latency, multiplexing, prioritization, RFC 7540, RFC 7541, HTTP methods, HTTP headers, modular architecture, declarative language configuration, extensible plugins, middleware

Use Cases

Fulfilling your most demanding needs

Use the Read Write Serve HTTP/2 Server to fulfill all your most demanding requirements.
static Web server, Web hosting provider, REST API, Service Oriented Architecture, SOA, Internet of Things, IoT, Content Management System, CMS, Frictionless Blue Server, BLUEPHRASE


Everything you need, plus all the goodies you know you want!

65 Reasons why the Read Write Serve HTTP/2 Server is in your future — it's packed with all the features you need from a high performance HTTP/2 server.
efficiency, scalability, standardization, configurability, encryption, permissions, URL rewrites, content negotiation, caching, cross origin requests, range requests, BLUEPHRASE files, logging, JavaScript extensibility


Here's the best reason for using Read Write Serve

The Read Write Serve HTTP/2 server has an extensible architecture allowing you to develop chainable JavaScript plugins that work within the request/response cycle.
extensibility, plugins, HTTP methods, work order methods, plugin tasks, processing patterns

Download HTTP/2 Server

Grab all the goodness — in your favorite package flavor!

HTTP/2 server with modular JavaScript plugins, available for Linux in PKG and DEB formats: CentOS / Fedora / RedHat / Ubuntu / Debian
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Considerations when evaluating RWSERVE

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