Lasso bridges the gap between popular web servers (Apache, IIS, or any FastCGI compliant server), data sources (MySQL, FileMaker, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and Openbase), and various other communication tools, utilities, and protocols such as email (POP and SMTP), directory services (LDAP and Active Directory), web services (SOAP, XMLRPC), and PDF generation. Lasso embraces open standards making it easy to work with a wide range of data sources, Web servers, and platforms. Web applications you develop on one platform can be deployed on another seamlessly. Extend your Lasso 9 with the free LassoLab IDE for a suite of tools handy for web development with Lasso-specific syntax coloring, code completion, error checking, and debugging capabilities. Lasso 9 includes just-in-time compilation allowing for faster response times as well as ease of Apping and deploying Apps and giving greater security.
Free to try
Windows Server 2008
Lasso 9 integrates with Apache 2 through a custom connector mod_lasso9. 2 GHz 64-bit 2 Gb of RAM (more recommended) Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows 7 Apache 2.2 or Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7 or higher. (IIS is included with the OS editions listed above and can be installed from the Windows installation CD) Java Virtual Machine compatible with Sun's JRE 1.4 (Java 2) (required for Java-based components) ImageMagick installed - see Lasso 9 Server Windows Installation Guide
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