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This section provides a tutorial that shows how you can quickly develop embedded code against the Jetty API.
Jetty is decomposed into many jars and dependencies to achieve a
minimal footprint by selecting the minimal set of jars. Typically it is
best to use something like Maven to manage jars, however this tutorial
uses an aggregate Jar that contains all of the Jetty classes in one Jar.
You can manually download the aggregate
or a browser.
The central maven repository has started to aggressively reject/deny access to the repository from the wget command line tool (due to abusive use of the tool by some groups). The administrators of the central maven repository have stated that the recommended command line download tool is now curl.
Use curl as follows:
> mkdir Demo > cd Demo > curl -o jetty-all.jar http://central.maven.org/maven2/org/eclipse/jetty/aggregate/jetty-all/9.2.3.v20140905/jetty-all-9.2.3.v20140905.jar > curl -o servlet-api.jar http://central.maven.org/maven2/javax/servlet/javax.servlet-api/3.1.0/javax.servlet-api-3.1.0.jar
The Embedding Jetty section
contains many examples of writing against the Jetty API. This tutorial
uses a simple HelloWorld handler with a main method to run the server. You
can either download
or create in an editor the file
the following content:
The following command compiles the HelloWorld class:
javac -cp servlet-api.jar:jetty-all.jar HelloWorld.java
The following command runs the HelloWorld example:
java -cp .:servlet-api.jar:jetty-all.jar HelloWorld
You can now point your browser at http://localhost:8080 to see your hello world page.