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What Version Do I Use?

Jetty 9 is the most recent version of Jetty and has a great many improvements over previous versions. One improvement is this documentation which focuses on Jetty 9. While many people continue to use older versions of Jetty, we generally recommend using Jetty 9 as it represents the version of Jetty that we will actively maintain and improve over the next few years.

Table 1.1. Jetty Versions

VersionYearHomeJVMProtocolsServletJSPStatus

9.3

2015

Eclipse

1.8

HTTP/1.1 (RFC 7230), HTTP/2 (RFC 7540), WebSocket (RFC 6455, JSR 356), FastCGI

3.1

2.3

Stable

9.2

2014

Eclipse

1.7

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616, javax.websocket, SPDY v3

3.1

2.3

Stable

8

2009-

Eclipse/Codehaus

1.6

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616, WebSocket RFC 6455, SPDY v3

3.0

2.2

Venerable

7

2008-

Eclipse/Codehaus

1.5

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616, WebSocket RFC 6455, SPDY v3

2.5

2.1

Venerable

6

2006-2010

Codehaus

1.4-1.5

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.5

2.0

Deprecated

5

2003-2009

Sourceforge

1.2-1.5

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.4

2.0

Deprecated

4

2001-2006

Sourceforge

1.2, J2ME

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616

2.3

1.2

Ancient

3

1999-2002

Sourceforge

1.2

HTTP/1.1 RFC2068

2.2

1.1

Fossilized

2

1998-2000

Mortbay

1.1

HTTP/1.0 RFC1945

2.1

1.0

Legendary

1

1995-1998

Mortbay

1.0

HTTP/1.0 RFC1945

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-

Mythical


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