The source code maintained by the Apache HTTP Server Project provides
the basis for a number of interesting projects. This page summarises
those projects and points you to places where you can find more information.
The Apache Group encourages you to use the source code for your own projects
and would like to hear about your successes.
Apache-SSL is an encrypting web server, based on Apache and SSLeay, which
implements Secure Sockets
Layer (SSL) functionality as a set of patches to existing Apache
The webserver is distributed with the full source code. You are able
to use it for non-commercial purposes for free, or for commercial
purposes for a fee (due to patents on algorithms). It can be used
outside the USA so long as you retain the copyright
notices. If you are outside the UK, you may also be subject to export
For more information about Apache-SSL, please consult
the pages at either
A.L. Digital Ltd.
(London) or C2Net (California).
Apache Module Registry
This project was developed to provide a central location to find and
submit information about Apache modules projects and developers that
are taking advantage of the powerful API interface provided by the
Apache HTTP server.
For more information about the Apache Module Registry, please consult the page at
Zyzzyva Enterprises (Nebraska).
A weekly summary of the latest Apache developments.
Apache Week provides an easy way to stay abreast of the
latest news about Apache including: new releases, major bug fixes, plans
for the next version, new apache ports and other related Apache
You can view
Apache Week on the Web or receive it each week by email.
PHP/FI implements a simple HTML-embedded scripting language. It includes
a built-in page logging/counting mechanism with the ability to log hits to
an SQL database. It also supports a number of RDBMS packages including
mSQL 1, mSQL 2, mysql, Solid, Postgres95 and Sybase.
For more information on PHP/FI see the
PHP/FI Homepage (Toronto).
Apache/Perl Integration Project
The Apache/Perl integration project brings together the full power of the
Perl programming language
and the Apache HTTP server. With
mod_perl it is possible to write Apache modules entirely in
Perl. In addition, the persistent interpreter embedded in the
server avoids the overhead of starting an external interpreter and
the penalty of Perl start-up time.
For more information on Apache/Perl see the
Apache for OS/2
The primary motivation for this port is to show that OS/2 is a viable
and powerful server platform and to promote its use as such. The
secondary reason is to provide a free industrial strength HTTP
server with a growing feature set available for OS/2.
For more information about Apache for OS/2, please consult the page at
SoftLink Services (Ohio).