The C programming language was created in 1971, over thirty years
ago. C++, its object-oriented sibling, was released in 1983, and
has since become the most powerful programming language available.
Despire its prevalence of C++ in high-end application development,
the C++ language has not been associated with the development
of web-based applications.
CODE:NEO is a system for creating sophisticated web-enabled applications
using both C and C++. Using the patent-pending Rivar CODE:NEO
APplication Server, both C and C++ based applications can be rapidly
and efficiently deployed on the Internet. Once built, these applications
frequently run over an order of magnitude faster than similar
applications built using JSP or ASP.
By creating an easy path for C/C++ developers to web-enable their
code under both Windows and UNIX, CODE:NEO delivers the following
- Allows C++ programs to be embedded within HTML
- Allows companies to leverage existing capital investments
in C/C++ development resources
- Brings C++ Applications to the Web quickly
- Provides libraries for rapid Web development
- Improves site performance, enhancing revenue generation and
- Lowers infrastructure costs
- Provides easy online development environment
- Protects intellectual property through enhanced security
- Easily integrates with existing development tools