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Mako Server

Compact and efficient Lua web framework and non-blocking asynchronous sockets
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What is Mako Server?

It provides a super compact and efficient Lua web framework and non-blocking asynchronous sockets in a tiny ready to run application server package. The server includes everything you need: integrated database, SMTP, HTTP client/server, IoT protocols such as MQTT, industrial protocols such as Modbus, and more. It is ideal for memory constrained embedded Linux systems.
Mako Server is a tool in the Frameworks (Full Stack) category of a tech stack.

Mako Server Integrations

Mako Server's Features

  • Pub/Sub protocol
  • Internet of Things (IoT) server
  • Includes easy to use Lua debugger

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