Deusty Designs recently released the HTTP server they use to power their Mojo app. It has:
*Built in support for bonjour broadcasting *IPv4 and IPv6 support *Asynchronous networking using standard Cocoa sockets/streams *Digest access authentication *TLS encryption support *Extremely FAST and memory efficient *Heavily commented code *Very easily extensible
Best of all, it’s released under a BSD style license, so it can actually be used by Indie Mac developers in commercial apps.
Check it out here: http://deusty.blogspot.com/2007/07/open-source-http-embedded-server.html
We need a good HTTPS/SSL example using this framework as the documentation on this subject is scarce at best.