Third party software

6.1. Third party software#

This section lists the third party software referenced in this document.

Apache HTTP server#

The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open source HTTP server for modern operating systems. The goal of the project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards.

For the website, see Apache HTTP server project.

Apache module mod_proxy#

mod_proxy and related modules implement a proxy and gateway for Apache HTTP server, supporting a number of popular protocols as well as several different load balancing algorithms.

For the website, see Apache module mod_proxy.


Powerful, extensible, and feature-packed front end toolkit.

For the website, see Bootstrap - The most popular HTML; CSS, and JS library.

Dojo Toolkit#

Modular JavaScript framework

For the website, see Dojo Toolkit.


Tornado Web Server is a Python web framework and asynchronous networking library.

For the website, see Tornado Web Server.


TypeScript is the programming language of choice for the frontend, because it helps to achieve a unified codebase through typing and linting features. Furthermore, TypeScript avoids common JavaScript mistakes and helps software developers to write cleaner code.

For the website, see TypeScript: JavaScript with Syntax For Types.


Vue.js is a versatile JavaScript framework for building web user interfaces.

For the website, see Vue.js - The Progressive JavaScript Framework.