Tufão (the Qt/C++ web framework) 0.2 released
Hello good fellows, I’m not used to write posts in english, but this is a habit that I must change. Well, just today I’m releasing a new version of my C++/Qt web framework, Tufão.
For the newcomers, Tufão was, initially, a port of the excellent Node.js API to C++ built on top of Qt. It was a good choice because the Node.js assynchronous API fits well in Qt’s object communication system (signals & slots).
The new 0.2 version brings the following changes:
- Code is more stable
- Documentation a bit improved
- HttpServerResponse class is easier to use (stream operator)
- WebSocket support
- Added TUFAO_VERSION_MAJOR and TUFAO_VERSION_MINOR macros
- A QtCreator plugin
- New examples
The most problematic areas of Tufão now is its lack of:
- An application server
- A file server
In future versions these gaps will be filled. For more details take a look at the project roadmap in the README file.
I welcome everyone to compile, test and use Tufão.