14 October 2015, 21:45

This new release has improved support for websockets. You can now connect to a websocket via a UNIX socket and websocket connections can now be made via the reverse proxy.

The error messages, directory indexes and default website now all have a responsive design.

The Hiawatha Windows packages has also been improved. The files and directories have been restructured and you can now run Hiawatha from any location you want. No more compulsory installation in C:\Program Files.

Kapageridis Stavros
14 October 2015, 22:06
Thank you Hugo.
Ray KL
14 October 2015, 22:15
Thank you for continuing to improve an already awesome piece of software.
14 October 2015, 22:21
Successfully installed on OpenBSD and Raspbian. Raspbian Image updated. Thank you Hugo.
Chris Wadge
15 October 2015, 02:58
Debian packages and US apt mirror are up to date. Thanks Hugo!
16 October 2015, 20:17
Is there any plans to support HTTP2?
Hugo Leisink
18 October 2015, 09:54
I will probably implement HTTP/2 somewhere in the future. But for most people, HTTP/2 is overrated. It's a protocol by Google, for Google. Unless you are not like Google, HTTP/2 won't bring you any advantages.
18 October 2015, 20:04
Awesome! Websockets support just when I am in need for it Hugo has a habbit of making my day with hiawatha.