Lasso Server was created as a handy tool that allows developers to build dynamic applications that can manage the database-web data flow.
Lasso Server was built with security, speed, and simplicity in mind. Lasso is a tool that makes is easy to work with a wide range of data sources, webservers, and platforms.
Lasso Server comes with support for IIS 7 / 8 and Apache 2.2.
Here are some key features of "Lasso Server":
A platform that’s friendly and approachable:
· Lasso features concise and consistent syntax, a friendly, helpful community and support for popular WYSIWYG tools. Whether you’re a beginner looking for a soft entry into the world of programming or a multi-tiered global IT department looking to minimize the impact of multiple touchpoints, Lasso’s short learning curve is the fastest route to maximum production.
The future is in good hands:
· By design, Lasso’s been developed to meet the needs of everyone from basement programmers to huge multi-nationals. Its scalability is virtually unlimited thanks to C and Java APIs, as well as the ability to create custom data types directly within the language. Scripts can interact directly with the operating system, and there are even wrappers for SOAP services, java beans, and servlets. Lasso has always been a forward-thinking platform, providing benefits like full Unicode compatibility long before its competitors. That trend continues with new features like native compilation, traits, query expressions, and the ability to create runtime executables.
· Microsoft .NET Framework 4
· Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable Package (x64)
· Unregistered version of Lasso Server is limited to 5 IPs and 200 connections per minute
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added confirmation of restart of instance in Instance Manager.
· Added name display in collapsed view of instances in Instance Manager.
· Changed handling of re-defined methods and types so that they are ignored if the source had not changed.
· Fixed many Windows related performance and stability problems.
· Fixed semi-random crash seen on some 64-bit Linux based systems.
· Fixed crash seen when a garbage collected curl object still had outstanding data to be read.
· Fixed crash seen when parsing certain old (~3.6) syntax such as [include: /notquoted.txt].
· Fixed problem with in-memory session expiration dates not being accurately tracked.
· Fixed problem where the "full name" portion of email addresses were being stripped in email_send.
· Fixed error in [file_chmod].
· Fixed problem when sending POST data through curl when that data is a string object containing "extended" characters.
· Fixed quoted-printable encoding on outgoing email addresses.