Lua Web Tutorial

Lua Web Tutorial Free App

Rated 4.08/5 (26) —  Free Android application by Real Time Logic

About Lua Web Tutorial

Lua Web Tutorial™ (LWT) is a full featured tutorial for developers interested in learning how to use Lua as a server side scripting language for designing web applications.

* Includes an interactive shell that allows the developer to create, insert, and execute Lua script code.

* Provides a foundational introduction for the use of Web Forms, Ajax, WebSockets, and server generated navigation menus.

The android application includes a native web application server, with functional start/stop control and is pre-configured to download and run multiple Lua tutorials.

All tutorials are accessible via a Mac or PC Host machine by entering the IP address to the phone while connected to a local network. A WebDAV server is also included with LWT allowing a mobile device to be mounted or mapped as an external hard drive.

Requirement Note:

1: The native web server is compiled for Mobile (ARM) CPUs and will not work on Intel powered tablets.

2: Select tutorials may require 'Websockets', which is found as a native feature within the Chrome Android Browser.


When uninstalling LWT, make sure that the server is fully stopped by using the stop button within the application. The server will otherwise continue to run until a hard restart occurs on the device.

Detailed Information:

The Lua web tutorials are powered by the Mako Server, a compact application and web server. See the Mako Server home page for details:

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Download and install Lua Web Tutorial version 1.2 on your Android device!
APK Size: 1.6 MB, downloaded 1,000+ times, content rating: Not rated
Android package:, download Lua Web Tutorial.apk

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What's Changed
The native Mako Server's Java starter app was modified to circumvent a bug found in some of the older Samsung phones. The minimum Android version is now set to 4.1 since position-independent executables do not work on Android versions less than 4.1. Position-independent executables are required by Android 5.

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