JSGI

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JSGI, or JavaScript Gateway Interface, is an interface between web servers and JavaScript-based web applications and frameworks. It was inspired by the Rack for Ruby and WSGI for Python and was one of the inspirations of PSGI for Perl.

Jack is a reference JSGI implementation.

It has been included in and further developed by the CommonJS project.[1]

JSGI packages[edit]

All these packages are for Node.JS.

Low level[edit]

  • Q-IO: Promise-based I/O, includes JSGI based HTTP server and client
  • jsgi-node: Low level JSGI interface for Node.JS

Framework[edit]

These frameworks allow using promises with Q:[2]

The names are inspired by Sinatra.

References[edit]

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