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Sailor[1] is a framework compatible with different web servers, nginx (openresty) included and also Xavante, a pure Lua web server.

Here's a guide on how to deploy it to heroku:



2016-09-04 5:21 GMT+02:00 Charles Heywood <>:
Even better, try Lapis, built on OpenResty

On Sat, Sep 3, 2016 at 9:18 PM Sleepers Tang <> wrote:
Try Openresty. :)

2016-09-04 0:37 GMT+08:00 Rena <>:

On Sep 3, 2016 6:05 AM, "Alban Linard" <> wrote:
> > Mikoláš Štrajt <> wrote :
> >
> > Hi,
> > I am trying tu use Lua as web development language, because I am tired of PHP.
> > Which hosting do you use for your Lua projects? It seems that it´s possible to use Heroku.
> It seems that you can use Lua Heroku build pack:

There is a mod_lua for Apache HTTP Server, that in theory could be used to generate pages. Unfortunately it never got as popular as PHP. Last I checked (years ago) it wasn't well documented, and was more intended for configuring Apache itself, but it could do what you want.


Etiene Dalcol

Software Engineering student at ENSTA Bretagne and PUC-Rio
Sailor Developer
Lua Ladies Founder