Alkaline is a full-featured standalone search and index server. The spider is a fully remote indexing daemon which includes support for all standards like robots.txt and "skip" meta tags, and allows multiple distinct configurations and search groups (searching many different sites from your server), including complex regexp indexing paths, authentification, filters for various document formats, XML-based online management and statistics, mrtg-compatible perf numbers, and more.
MaxiWeb is a toolkit that helps you build standalone self-launching Web server applications. The toolkit includes example programs, a C++ class library, an Active Server Page compiler, and various command line tools. Programs built with the MaxiWeb toolkit can take the place of larger Web servers such as Netscape Server, Apache, and Microsoft IIS. Using the Active Server Page (C++ ASP) compiler and 5 lines of C++ code, you can Web enable your new or existing application in just minutes. Complete MaxiWeb enabled applications can be as small as 60K.
The SOAP to CORBA bridge/translator is written entirely in C++ and shows that it is indeed possible to do a generic translation of SOAP requests to CORBA method invocations and vice versa. This is implemented by using the CORBA Interface repository to match the incoming SOAP request to the corresponding CORBA service, build the dynamic invocation of the CORBA service, and generate the SOAP response (or possibly SOAP fault in the case of a CORBA user exception, for instance).
eSoap is a SOAP toolkit for C++. Server side programming of Web services can be done using mod_esoap (an Apache module that supports SOAP), Abyss (the native embedded HTTP server), and CGI. Client side programming implements one type of SOAP transport (HTTP) using two libraries (NanoHTTP/cURL). Examples of how to build Web services for Linux, Windows, and RTOS are provided.
The Load Balancer Project is a tool that allows you to balance requests using clusters of servers. The goal is to achieve high availability load balancing with a simple configuration for the load balancer and the network topology. It leaves the servers untouched so the configuration only resides on the load balancer, and it allows you to manage any type of service via a plugin model design and a transparent proxy feature.
Seminole Webserver is a portable Web server designed to be used in embedded systems, where memory space is at a premium. It is written in C++, and has a mechanism to direct requests to application-specific code, complete with the decoding of "CGI" parameters. It also includes a "filesystem" that can package up Web content (and optionally compress it) and store it in a ROM or other "flat" device. It comes with a simple example to make it a standalone Webserver under POSIX platforms for evaluation and testing.