Release 3.1 of i-jetty for Android is now available from the Android Market and the i-jetty download page.

This release updates the embedded Jetty to jetty-7.6.0.RC4, although the majority of the changes have been to the Console, which is a webapp that allows you to interact with your Android device from a remote browser.

Higlights include:

  • pagination of large data sets such as Contacts and Media thumbnails (images, videos)
  • re-implementation of generated content as json & ajax REST
  • ability to cause the device to ring (helpful for finding it around the house!)
  • ability to show current location of the Android device on Google maps , or track its location on the map as the device moves.

Here’s a screenshot showing tracking my phone as it moves from the Sydney Opera House to Fort Denison on Sydney Harbour:

Tracking phone via i-jetty console webapp
Tracking phone via i-jetty console webapp

Enjoy.

i-jetty 3.1 Released

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  • February 1, 2012 at 11:50 am
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    What is the reason for SDcard requirement? Is there a way to install i-jetty to a device without sdcard slot?

  • February 4, 2012 at 5:43 am
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    is it possible to deploy a webservice in ijetty3.1.
    i need to call that from .net
    kindly reply soon…
    thanks in advance…

  • February 18, 2012 at 7:15 pm
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    I am using android 2.2. I installed jetty in my phone and deployed console app.It is up and running on my phone. But i am not able to access the app from laptop which is in same LAN of phone. I am trying to access app on http://192.168.1.103:8080/console. But there is no luck. I am not able to ping to 192.168.1.103 from laptop. Response is like “Reply from 192.168.1.101: Destination host unreachable.”

    Any body please help me on this.

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