19.0.0 released Nov 08, 2023
123 hello world

This is a condensed version of Vely Hello World that you can run in minutes. No additional software needs to be installed. For more, see examples.
Step 1: Install Vely
First install Vely.
Step 2: Build it
Create Hello World source file (hello.vely) in a new directory; note it's all one bash command:
echo '#include "vely.h"

request-handler /hello
    out-header default
    @Hello World!
end-request-handler' > hello.vely

Create Hello World application:
sudo vf -i -u $(whoami) helloworld

Make Hello World application:
vv -q

Step 3: Run it
You can run Hello World both as a service and from command line:
Expected result
The end result looks like this (notice in bold the responses from your web application and the command line):


Vely

You have run Hello World with Vely, first by talking directly to a FastCGI server and then from command line. See FastCGI-command-line-client for a similar example that uses TCP sockets.
See also
Quick start
123-hello-world    
See all
documentation


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