We are pleased to release a most recent Case Study on Mongoose Web Server Library enabling a connectivity and WebUI for “Extensis Connect” - a Digital Asset Management application.

Extensis was founded in 1993 in Portland, Oregon. For 25 years, Extensis has been helping companies across the globe drive down operational costs with powerful, affordable solutions.

Their solutions enable companies to maximize the value of digital content, streamline workflows, ensure compliance, and improve productivity.

Extensis helps customers to manage their digital assets, whether through font management, digital asset management or image compression.

Here is what Chad Slater, Vice President of Research & Development at Extensis says about Mongoose Web Server Library:

"If you are debating which library to use, don't make our mistake and try something else, as Mongoose Web Server Library does exactly what it needs to do. We started with a different C++ library that seemed like it would be easier to use, but it was riddled with bugs that made it unusable for our purposes. All the issues we had with the other library were solved with Mongoose.
Mongoose was very straightforward to implement and we didn't have any issues integrating. The single source file design made it extremely easy to work with and made a very low impact on our build process. This was also part of why we chose it.

Read a full Extensis Case Study here.

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