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Real Time Logic's Mako Server

As a compact application and Web server, Real Time Logic's Mako Server helps developers rapidly design server-side Web applications. The Mako Server provides a bare-bones Web application server environment from which developers can design and implement complete, custom solutions. The latest Mako Server now includes the C source code, which enables developers to compile the Web application server for any embedded Linux platform. In addition, Real Time Logic's BarracudaDrive—a personal cloud server solution letting people set up and operate their own secure file-sharing site—has been released as a plugin for Mako Server. Releasing BarracudaDrive source code enables developers and technical users to compile the source code for many specialized embedded Linux platforms such as OpenWrt, dd-wrt, CuBox and so on.
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