Nokia Releases S60 Apache Web Server Port Under Open Source

Posted: May 31 2006, 1:51pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:42pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia Releases S60 Apache Web Server Port under Open Source
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Nokia released the S60 web browser under open source last week. Nokia just told me that they now also released a Symbian port of the Apache web server under open source.

Running an Apache web server on your Nokia phone is a cool thought. There could be many applications for this.
Besides the http server, Nokia also released a gateway solution that actually makes it possible to address a mobile phone via a URL. Nokia also ported Phyton to Symbian S60.
More details and source code available on this site

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