Shuvgey - AnyEvent HTTP/2 (RFC 7540) Server for PSGI
shuvgey --listen :8000 --tls_key=cert.key --tls_crt=cert.crt app.psgi
Shuvgey is a lightweight non-blocking, single-threaded HTTP/2 (RFC 7540) Server that runs PSGI applications on top of AnyEvent event loop.
Shuvgey use Protocol::HTTP2 for HTTP/2 support. Supported plain text HTTP/2 connections, HTTP/1.1 Upgrade, and secure TLS connections (with ALPN/NPN protocol negotiation).
It's alpha stage. I can run simple Dancer PSGI app and it even work!
Shuvgey pass all tests of h2spec tool (version 1.01) for conformance with HTTP/2 implementation. Check it yourself:
$ h2spec -p 443 -h shuvgey.net -t
There is a wellknown python non-blocking, single-threaded HTTP server Tornado.
Shuvgey is the collective name of evil forces in Komi-Zyryan and Komi-Perm folklore. Materialized in the form of a strong wind vortex. See also wikipedia article Шувгей (in russian).
So Shuvgey is like Tornado, but more scary: written in Perl and support HTTP/2 protocol.
Avaliable all options from plackup and also some specific Shuvgey options:
- --no_tls - don't encrypt connection
- --upgrade - use HTTP/1.1 Upgrade protocol to upgrade to HTTP/2 (no tls)
- --tls_key - path to private key
- --tls_crt - path to certificate
Copyright (C) Vladimir Lettiev.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Vladimir Lettiev <firstname.lastname@example.org>