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Plugin Information

No information for the plugin 'iphoneview' is available. It may have been removed from distribution.

iPhoneView Plugin

This plugin allows you to view the status of your jobs via iPhone or iPod touch.

How to use

  • Click '+' to create view.

  • Enter view name and click 'IPhone/iPod touch view'.

  • Configure your view.

  • You can see the following pages.


0.2 (2010/3/27)
  • Added Recent changes.
0.1 (2010/03/21)
  • First release.


  1. Unknown User (noah)

    Tip: use Safari's Open In Dashboard feature, to turn this view into a Mac OSX dashboard widget. It works surprisingly well!

  2. Unknown User (luca.milanesio)

    Nice ! I like it very much (smile)

    I think I will try it out and I will install on my Hudson CI instances.
    If you want to have a look on a native iPhone/iPad integration, look at http://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/HUDSON/HudsonMobi%252C+the+iPhone+client+for+Hudson+CI+monitoring

    Do you mind if I will add the ability to automatically download your plug-in and "jump" to the iPhone view from Hudson-Mobi ?
    I think a seamless integration between the two can be a very good and nice user experience (smile)

    With Hudson-Mobi you can manage the first part of the security and Hudson-CI registry and credential management: once you have connected to the instance you want, if you need to directly JUMP to the Hudson instance but still with an iPhone experience, they can go to the iPhone view.

    What do you think ?


  3. Unknown User (jonbcampos)

    How do you delete a view?

    1. Unknown User (noah)

      Add delete to the end of the view's URL.

      Same thing if you want to reconfigure an existing view, just add configure to the end of the view's URL.

  4. Unknown User (njh)

    I reverse proxy Hudson behind an nginx server. I use the following snippet of code to redirect iPhone users directly to the iphone view:

      location / {
        proxy_redirect    off;
        proxy_set_header  Host             $http_host;
        proxy_set_header  X-Real-IP        $remote_addr;
        proxy_set_header  X-Forwarded-For  $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
        if ($http_user_agent ~* '(iPhone|iPod)') {
          rewrite ^/$ /view/iphone/ redirect;