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Project Summary

Yolk is an Ada based web-toolbox that sits on top of AWS[1], GNATcoll[2],
Florist[3], XML/Ada[4] and PostgreSQL[5].

It is important to understand that Yolk itself does very little that cannot be
accomplished using plain AWS, GNATcoll, XML/Ada and Florist. It is, for lack of
a better term, a convenience. Some of things that Yolk offers are:

* Sending emails from the application
* Setting up rotating log files and handling basic log file management
* Loading configuration files
* Handling the most common static content types (HTML, PNG, ICO and so on)
* Easy Atom RSS feed generation
* Connecting to one or more PostgreSQL databases
* Switching to an un-privileged user.
* Start/stop as a "regular" daemon using an rc script.

Be sure to check out the Yolk demo

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In a Nutshell, Yolk Ada based web-toolbox...

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Ada
81%
TeX/LaTeX
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7 Other
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30 Day Summary

Oct 6 2016 — Nov 5 2016

12 Month Summary

Nov 5 2015 — Nov 5 2016

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