[users] jemini: dual http/gemini server with spring-boot integration (and client)

Peter Mucha ptmucha at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 15:30:36 BST 2021

No. It supports servlets which are more common in java-based web
development world.

Frank Jüdes <Frank.Juedes at linux4specialists.com> schrieb am Mi., 14. Apr.
2021, 16:01:

> Hi Peter,
> as i am in search for alternatives to the JetForce server, does your
> server support "classic" CGI?
> Best regards from Charleston (WV),
>      Frank/2
> On 2021-04-14 06:42, Peter Mucha wrote:
> Hi Geminians (twins?)
> i wanted to highlight yet another gemini server in java:
> https://github.com/warmuuh/jemini
> The server is based on jetty and can serve both https:// and gemini://
> protocol with the same features. It tightly integrates with spring/spring
> boot, allowing to write web applications as normal but serving
> gemini-protocol. it is in POC state but powers my capsule already where you
> can read a bit more about the actual features of the jemini-server:
> https://wrm.hopto.org/
> gemini://wrm.hopto.org/
> also, a very light gemini-client is available, which i needed to support
> integration tests:
> https://github.com/warmuuh/jemini/blob/main/gemini-client/readme.md
> Have a good rest of your day,
> Peter Mucha
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