OWIN defines a standard interface between .NET web servers and web applications. The goal of the OWIN interface is to decouple server and application, encourage the development of simple modules for .NET web development, and, by being an open standard, stimulate the open source ecosystem of .NET web development tools.
These projects provide documentation and resources to help you start using OWIN. If you'd like your project listed here, please post on the discussion list.
- Katana - OWIN implementations for Microsoft servers and frameworks.
Guidelines for exending OWIN via extension keys in the various IDictionaries.
3 December 2012
How to send static files via OWIN.SendFile v0.2.0 28 September 2012
SendFile v0.1.0 17 September 2012
1 October 2012
How to consume WebSockets via OWIN.WebSocket v0.3.0 7 September 2012
WebSocket v0.2.0 13 August 2012
Opaque Streaming v0.3.0
4 January 2013
How to get access to opaque streams via OWIN.Opaque Streaming v0.2.0 28 September 2012
DiscussionDiscuss OWIN on the .NET HTTP Abstractions list. You can also join the chat room to discuss owin.
WikiYou can find more project information on the wiki.
These projects are known to be OWIN-compatible. If you'd like your project listed here, please post on the discussion list.
Servers and Hosts
Out of date or deprecated
GovernanceThe current OWIN Committee members are:
- Ryan Riley
- Scott Koon
- Mark Rendle