Projects / WebDyne


WebDyne is a dynamic content engine for Apache or FastCGI servers such as lighttpd. It allows Perl code to be linked or embedded into HTML pages, selective rendering of HTML sections within pages based on logic, and much more. It supports features such as templating, and selective caching of dynamic content to minimise server load and increase throughput.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  20 Jul 2006 17:49

    Release Notes: This release marks the initial support for WebDyne on the Windows platform. WebDyne will now work with Apache 2.0, Apache 2.2, and IIS on Windows Server. An installer that configures Lighttpd for use with WebDyne is now included to ease installation in that environment.

    •  02 Jul 2006 19:15

      Release Notes: This version enhances lighttpd/FastCGI support. Improved error handling and messages are provided. The source installer now supports a wider range of distributions and environments, and Debian 3.1 (Sarge) packages and apt repository have been made available to ease installation on those systems. WebDyne now uses the native mod_perl2 API when running under Apache, instead of Apache::compat, which improves performance.

      •  14 Jun 2006 05:32

        Release Notes: Minor bugs in FastCGI support were fixed.

        •  31 May 2006 12:42

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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