An application server is a piece of software designed to help make it easier for developers to isolate the business logic in their systems architecture (usually through components) and develop three-tier or n-tier applications. Typically application servers also offer additional features such as transaction management, clustering and fail-over, and load balancing.
An application server that supports building web applications using C++ and templates with dynamics elements embedded. Supports Linux. By T. Gonzalez.
A Java based application server which is using ECMA-Script as its scripting language. [Open source, BSD style license]
Turnkey Next Generation Application Server solution for Web and Wireless Application Hosting and enterprise environments such as ISPs and IT Departments.
A web application server that combines web services and database services together. It provides session management, multi-level authentication, data encryption, load distribution and custom logics. By SQLData Systems, Inc.
Frontier is a full featured application server that connects to XML-RPC and SOAP services. It includes an object database, multithreaded runtime, a content management system, and a bundled http server. It costs $899.
Enables businesses to syndicate complete, interactive Web applications and services to partner sites, allowing new forms of Web partnerships. By WebCollage, Inc.
An application server that is designed for integration with applications developed in Inprise Delphi. By HREF Tools Corp.
Tool for web application development and deployment. Currently available on *nix, WinNT, and Mac OS X. By Apple Computers, Inc.
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