Appweb Embedded Web Server
Blazing Speed, Unmatched Security
Appweb is the fastest embedded web server for securely hosting embedded web management applications for the Internet of Things. With HTTP/2 support, it is blazing fast and has extensive security controls, sandboxing and defensive counter-measures.
Read why Appweb is unique and perfect for the Internet of Things.Appweb Overview Specs
Kickstart your Project
Kickstart for Appweb is a sample device management application that you can use as your starting point for an embedded web server. Kickstart employs best practices for dynamic, responsive embedded web applications.
For more information, read Kickstart for Appweb.
Embedthis Appweb Enterprise Edition is commercially licensed, royalty-free, with complete source code, documentation and samples.
We provide free product evaluations using Appweb Community Edition under an Open Source GPL License so you may thoroughly test and understand the software before licensing.Read About Licensing
Appweb Enterprise Edition is provided under a royalty-free commercial license that has the following benefits:
- The right to develop and modify the software
- The ability to distribute the software with your products
- Simple one-time purchase, thereafter royalty-free right to distribute
- Software maintenance for updates and upgrades
- Priority software support services
Who's Using Embedthis Software
Appweb and GoAhead are embedded web servers that are embedded in hundreds of millions of devices and applications. This includes printers, routers, switches, IP phones, mobile applications, data acquisition, military applications, WIFI gateways, factory automation, medical devices and many more. Here is a small selection of who is using Appweb and GoAhead.
Enjoy priority support and proactive security patches. Embedthis provides diagnostic help and support for commercial license customers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Edition customers may log bugs and open issues on the Appweb Issue Database.
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