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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. 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

9.4

2016

Eclipse

1.8

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

3.1

2.3

Stable

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

2009-2014

Eclipse/Codehaus

1.6

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616, WebSocket RFC 6455, SPDY v3

3.0

2.2

Deprecated

7

2008-2014

Eclipse/Codehaus

1.5

HTTP/1.1 RFC2616, WebSocket RFC 6455, SPDY v3

2.5

2.1

Deprecated

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

-

-

Mythical


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