Wapache is a software that lets you to create desktop applications using web development technology. It combines a modified version of the Apache 2 HTTP server with an embedded Internet Explorer web browser. Requests to the "web server" are handled internally. Data does not travel through the networking layer, ensuring quick response and reliable operation. Wapache also lets you control various browser settings, such as window dimensions and Javascript availability, giving you a consistent runtime environment.

Wapache is distributed under the Apache License 2.0.

Notable Features
  • No Internet Explorer menu, tool bar, or address bar
    No spinning globe
  • Precise control over placement of windows
  • Three types of windows: basic, tool windows, and dialog boxes (modal and modeless)
  • Fully customizable drop-down and context menu
  • System Tray integration
  • Asynchronous data handling
  • Works with standard Apache modules like mod_php and mod_perl

The current version of Wapache is 2.0.2.

Note: There is no Wapache v.1. Versioning begins at 2 because the software is based on Apache 2.0. Logo