Wapp

What Wapp
Where https://wapp.tcl.tk/
Description A lightweight, secure web microframework in a single source file. Serves HTTP/1.1 directly, but supports CGI and SCGI as well. Aims for a small, easy-to-learn user API.
Prerequisites Tcl 8.6
Updated 2019-10-15
Author drh
License 2-clause BSD

Download

fossil clone https://wapp.tcl.tk/index.html wapp.fossil
mkdir wapp
cd wapp
fossil open ../wapp.fossil
tclsh tests/test01.tcl

or see other alternatives at https://wapp.tcl.tk/index.html/doc/trunk/docs/download.md

See also

Discussion

DEC: And you get hold of it by......?

AM See the link above

Dec :Which one?, No simple zip file then..

The following code excerpt results in no image being shown in browser. However, when I bring up the text view of the HTML (via ctrl-U on Chrome browser) and click the link from there, the image shows up. Why does the image not show up through wapp-default? 'Hello' prints as expected. Thanks in advance, Doug. (I replaced the real domain with example.com)

#!/usr/bin/tclsh
source <full_path>/lib/wapp/wapp.tcl

proc wapp-default {
   wapp-subst {
       <img src="http://www.example.com/IMG_1870.JPG" style="width:75%">
       <br><b>Hello</b> World!
   }
}
wapp-start

dbohdan 2018-03-27: That's a consequence of Wapp's default Content Security Policy . (One of Wapp's design goals is to be secure by default , so the default policy is as strict as possible.) You can use curl -v and your Web browser's Console [L1 ] [L2 ] to debug the Content Security Policy.

Here is an example of how you can configure the Content Security Policy to allow images from a certain host:

#! /usr/bin/env tclsh
source wapp.tcl

proc wapp-default {} {
    wapp-content-security-policy \
        {default-src 'self'; img-src 'self' https://picsum.photos}
    wapp-subst {
        <!doctype html>
        <img src="https://picsum.photos/450/300" style="width:75%">
        <br><b>Hello</b> World!
    }
}
wapp-start $::argv