Simple HTTP Server Pro

Developer: Gennadiy Potapov

Current Version: 3.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 572 KB - Download


Simple HTTP Server Pro — powerful, simple to configure http server, that can be used for:
- Web app development and testing
- Hosting local html websites
- Local File Sharing
- Media streaming to devices (phones, tablets and game consoles)

- Very easily to configure
- Bojour broadcasting
- IPv4 and IPv6 support
- Password protection
- SSL encryption support
- Directory indexing/listing with fancy look
- WebDAV support
- Multithreaded


Release Notes:

- Bug fixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.0
Review by Rodolfo

Great App BUT… needs some work. - I love the app, more when Mac OS 10.8.1 has not longer the option to turn on (Easy) the web personal web server. However I cannot use the port 80, I presume because the OS is not allowing it for security reasons. So it will be perfect (*****) if the app can take care of this…

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.1
Review by Larry_Hinman

Tech support? - I got an error message that the server couldn’t get the ip address, but was unable to contact tech support.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 3.1
Review by SaturdayDad

always difficult to get going, hangs up on simple HTML - I paid for this application because I needed a simple server to be able to browse through some HTML documentation that I had on my machine. The first time I tried to use it, it worked the first time, and then it would repeatedly fail to get an IP address. The next times I tried, I had to start and stop it several times before I got it to do what I want. Finally, once I had it working, my webpages would give me errors similar to this: "This page contains the following errors: error on line 66 at column 37: Entity ‘copy’ not defined. Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error.” When I looked at the line and position in question, I found some HTML that is using the entity for the copyright symbol (©). Is this thing parsing through my HTML? That’s scary. I had no problem open the same HTML file on the web browser. I wish I could get my money back.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people