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TreeFrog Framework

TreeFrog Framework is a high-speed and full-stack C++ framework for developing Web applications. It provides an O/R mapping system and template system on an MVC architecture, and aims to achieve high productivity through the policy of convention over configuration.

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  •  21 Dec 2013 21:30

Release Notes: Execution of multiple application server processes is now supported. An async I/O file writer for logging is supported. This release fixes a bug in the "restart" option of the treefrog command and adds other bugfixes and performance improvements.

  •  26 Nov 2013 00:51

Release Notes: An HTTP-pipeline mechanism is now supported. Asynchronous log outputting was implemented. HMAC SHA256 and HMAC SHA512 were implemented. Other bugfixes and performance improvements were made.

  •  23 Oct 2013 22:01

Release Notes: Plugin loading of Qt5 is supported. Post method by JSON data is supported. A bug in specifying Mongo operators was fixed. The MongoDB Driver was updated to version 0.8.1. A bug in access validation was fixed. There are other bugfixes.

  •  17 Sep 2013 08:33

Release Notes: A bug in user-model generation with the generator command was fixed. A '-show-collections' option was added to the generator command. Some utility functions were added. Bugs were fixed.

  •  28 Aug 2013 20:52

Release Notes: Implements a server by using a scalable I/O event notification mechanism, epoll (for Linux only). Generator command supports the creation of object classes for MongoDB. Implements an object-document mapper module for MongoDB. Uses an atomic mechanism instead of mutex locking if possible. The HTTP mechanism of "Connection: Keep-Alive" is supported by the application server. Other bugfixes.

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