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Friday, March 23, 2007

A Web Server Firefox Extension. Interesting

Came across this on Moz's Firefox Extensions page. Interesting, a Web Server in your browser. Not really sure what your sposed to do when you decide to call it a day and your site goes down, but interesting nonetheless. I'm sure I'll get round to giving it a look some late night..
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POW 0.1.0 by
David Kellogg

Turn the web on its head with the Plain Old Webserver (POW), which adds a server to your browser.

Information and a tutorial for POW can be found at this wiki

and at this post

The Plain Old Webserver uses Server-side Javascript (SJS) to run a server inside your browser. Use it to distribute files from your browser. It supports Server-side JS, GET, POST, uploads, Cookies, SQLite and AJAX. It has security features to password-protect your site. Users have created a wiki, chat room and search engine using SJS.

This version includes:

* Documentation to show you how to build a Server-side Javascript program.

* Added security to prevent arbitrary file reads.

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