IntroductionA port of the popular Jetty open-source web container to run on the Android mobile device platform.
Having a "personal" webserver on your phone opens up a world of possibilities, letting you run your favourite existing webapps in your mobile environment.
Moreover, as webapps developed for i-jetty have access to the Android API, this means that you can bring the contents of your mobile phone to your normal desktop browser.
To demonstrate the possibilities, we've included a "console" webapp, which interfaces to the data on your mobile device. You don't need any special software to synchronize the mobile data to your desktop computer - the i-jetty console makes your on-phone info like contacts lists, call logs and media instantly available and manageable via your browser.
The i-jetty project consists of the i-jetty application, and 3 example webapps that can be deployed onto the phone:
console which allows you to access the on-phone data from anywhere hello an example webapp containing a HelloWorld servlet chat a chatroom using jetty's implementation of the cometd Bayeux protocol i-jetty will automatically install the console webapp onto the phone. The others can be downloaded to the phone from the download site.
CommunityIf you're interested in what's happening with i-jetty, then you'll find the dev discussions on the main Jetty developer list at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also catch up with the developers on the Jetty IRC channel at #jetty irc.codehaus.org/6667.
DownloadsClick the Downloads tab to get the most recent release. The download bundle includes a readme-release.txt file which describes how to install and use i-jetty.
Market PlaceAs of release 2.0, i-jetty is now also installable from the Android Market Place under the category Communications.
NewsSTOP PRESS i-jetty 2.1 release supports Android 1.6
i-jetty-2.1 is now available