You can use any Android device as a full fledged web server that’s accessible either on LAN or from anywhere on the Internet. With an Android web server, developers can easily test their code without paying for a hosting service. Freelancers can carry a copy of the web tools they’ve built with them to show their clients. Home and small office users can even set up custom web tools for users on the local network.
KSWEB:Make your Mobile a Web Server
KSLabs team wants to bring to your attention KSWEB – a suite of web developer for Android platform. It consists of: a web server, a PHP programming language, a database MySQL and msmtp for sendmail support. This suite allows you to organize a platform for running and debugging Web applications (sites) in your Android device and You don’t need a root access to run KSWEB. Otherwise, you can start your web server on 80 port.
– lighttpd server v1.4.34 (SSL)
– nginx v1.5.10 (SSL)
– PHP v5.4.24 (SSL)
– MySQL v5.1.62
– msmtp v1.4.31
– Web Interface v1.1
– KSWEBFTP v1.0
Your can enable Web Inerface in the KSWEB “Tools” menu.
Default login information:
MySQL host: localhost (or 127.0.0.1)
MySQL port: 3306
MySQL login “root” with empty password
Operating this application is very simple. In order to start the server you only need to run this application, select, if necessary, port and the root directory. By default, KSWEB contains a fully functional configuration file of the server, PHP and MySQL. However, if you want to change them, go to the server options and click on the item “External INI”. Configuration files will be moved to SD-card of your device at “…/sdcard/ksweb/conf/”.
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