Raspberry Pi – Part III – Setting up Jetty

The Raspberry Pi is a device that has so many options open: You can extend the hardware. You can extend the software. I choose to tackle extending the software to start, so I can get the experience that I want setup, and running on the device.  The experience I am after is the web interface to control my Raspberry Pi. For a Java developer, I conclude that a lightweight interface hosted on a Jetty server is probably easiest.  The Jetty server is a 12.9M download and 30M expanded. It’s also used frequently in devices, and why reinvent the wheel, use…

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