The “Jarvis” Restful Web-Application framework is a targeted solution for Perl developers providing a general-purpose, secure web-application interface to a back-end database. The Jarvis library is used within several N-Squared products and customer solutions.
The Jarvis Restful Web-Service library is open-source, and is released under the permissive LGPL Licence.
Jarvis is available here in
.rpm package formats (including source
code, demo applications and documentation). The Jarvis Documentation is
included in each package, but is also linked here for your convenience.
The version 7 Jarvis upgrade includes notable improvements in connectivity to
NoSQL databases including MongoDB, OAuth 2.0 authentication support, PostgreSQL
JSON types, HTTP PATCH style merge updates, and a switch from
libxml for RHEL 8 support.
- Jarvis 7.6.3 Debian 16, Debian 18, Debian 20, Debian 22,, Red Hat/CentOS/OEL 6, Red Hat/CentOS/OEL 7, Red Hat/CentOS/OEL 8
- Jarvis 7.6.3 Installation Instructions, Development & Configuration Guide.
- Jarvis 7.6.3 Source.
- Jarvis 6.3.8 Debian (.deb), Red Hat/CentOS (.rpm).
- Jarvis 6.3.8 Installation Instructions, Development & Configuration Guide.
- Jarvis 6.3.7 Source.
- Jarvis 6.3.5 Debian (.deb), Red Hat/CentOS (.rpm).
- Jarvis 6.3.4 Installation Instructions (also valid for 6.3.5).
- Jarvis 6.3.2 Development & Configuration Guide (also valid for 6.3.5).
Note: Documentation is not usually updated for bug-fix releases.
Note: For Jarvis 5.6 and later, the plugin “do” method now includes CGI arguments, numbed and named restful arguments. Previously it provided only numbered restful arguments. This change means that $user_args is now a HASH reference, not an ARRAY reference. You may need to change existing plugins to match.
- Jarvis 5.4.2 Debian (.deb).
- Jarvis 5.4.2 Installation Instructions.
- Jarvis 5.4.2 Development & Configuration Guide.
Windows packages can be built from the source code.