Mobile Operating Systems – Android: Version Alpha to 5.X: Lollipop
Keywords:Android, Version history
The android operating system is basically an operating system for mobiles and is rapidly gaining market share, with dozens of smart phones and tablets either released or set to be released. It is mobile operating system that uses a modified version of the Linux kernel 2.6. Google developed Android as part of the Open Handset Alliance, a group of more than 30 mobile and technology companies working to open up the mobile handset environment. Android’s development kit supports many of the standard packages used by Jetty, due to that fact and Jetty’s modularity and lightweight foot print, it was possible to port Jetty to it so that it will be able to run on the Android platform.
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