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LilacServer 1.0.0F is out!

 
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LilacServer 1.0.0F is currently available for free downloading at its official website: http://lilacserver.com/

LilacServer is a Java-oriented high-performance web server created with Java NIO.
Unlike other common servers (like Tomcat, Resin or Jetty) LilacServer is not just a web server!
Simultaneously it is a template engine and a framework with its own development API.

Other points of interest:
- built-in support for websites' internationalization;
- built-in support for databases via JDBC;
- intelligent caching facilities;
- support of sessions, multipart-forms and file uploads;
- web-based management interface;
- other.

More information can be found at http://lilacserver.com/en/home/about/

LilacServer is the free software and can be used for web projects of any type including commercial.
 
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