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Opa

Opa is a web development platform. It comprises a programming language, a Web server, a database, and a distributed execution engine. All of these are tightly integrated.

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  •  12 Jun 2012 16:06

    Release Notes: Easy project creation with 'opa create', a Gravatar API, and bugfixes.

    •  01 Jun 2012 16:53

      Release Notes: Windows and FreeBSD are now supported. MongoDB is now the default database backend. Many improvements were made HTML5 compliance. An initial plugin for Sublime Text 2 was provided. Sub-paths, projections, ifexists, exists, and more extensions were provided for database queries. Bootstrap and Bootstrap widgets were updated to version 2.0.3. The first four chapters of the manual were translated to Chinese. PUT/DELETE methods are now handled by the HTTP server. IMAP/SMTP clients were added. A new stdlib.core.concurrency package provides server-side concurrency primitives. Numerous bugs were fixed.

      •  12 Apr 2012 09:11

        Release Notes: Experimental support for Windows was provided. Bootstrap was upgraded to version 2.0.2 and Font Awesome icons were added. Static checks and warnings were included for potentially dangerous client/server distribution directives. Authentication for MongoDB was added. Preliminary support for Sublime Text 2 was added.

        •  09 Mar 2012 10:02

          Release Notes: This release adds the ability to mix database backends (mongoDB and db3), improves MongoDB support (with automatic installation if needed), improves Twitter Bootstrap support and updates it to 2.0, improves the translation tool from the old to the new syntax, and adds hooks to register favicons.

          •  14 Feb 2012 17:23

            Release Notes: The highlights of this stable release are a new, re-designed syntax and extensive support for MongoDB.

            Recent comments

            13 Jun 2012 14:18 stellaceriolr

            Thanks for the update. I love Opa

            02 Jun 2012 11:44 sulu

            An innovative way to develop web apps.

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