Android :: Example Of Rest Webservice

Sep 30, 2010

can anybody give example of rest webservice in android

Android :: example of rest webservice


Android :: Login To Facebook Using REST API

Dec 7, 2009

I develop facebook application in android. i want to log in to facebook via HTTPClient , teh user give me username and password and then i connect to facebook.com/login. i want to make like this code http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1409220/facebook-getting-incorrect-signature-104-when-getting-session-key/1795229#1795229. but in android, i tried to do that but when i get the session, a XML contain invalid parameter returned

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Android :: Screen Capture For Rest Of Us

Sep 8, 2010

I am looking for a screen capture utility that DOES NOT require a rooted phone.HOW IDIOTIC, suppose I want to screen capture as a user, to help a developer do documentation? This is absurd that there's no apps for the rest of us honest users.there's something if I connect it to my PC. C'mon, I don't have to connect my home PC to some other computer to take screen snapshots. I want an app that works on the phone itself, and does not require root access.

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Android :: REST And Listviews Refresh?

Jul 22, 2010

In my app, I have different activities with listviews. The datas come from a server with a REST method, and it's only done once, when I start the application.

The pattern that I'd like to set is to precharge all the listviews with the JSONs that I already have in local, and in parallel, launch a thread that get the new JSONs files with my REST methods, and then update the listviews.

For now, when I start the app, I parse my JSONs files, and build all the lists of objects. I access them later in a static way, from my lists adapters.

So I would like to know the best way to launch this REST thread, and update the listview. Should I use AsyncTask ? A service ? and then, when I update my local JSONs, I have to re-parse them, updates the lists of object, and call in my adapters NotifyDataChanged ?

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Android : Layout - Ad Comes On The Top The Rest Of Which Should Be Webview

Jan 8, 2010

I want to add admob add in my application, I want to make application for every screensize, I am having a problem with is, I want to arrange a layout such that, ad comes on the top the rest of which should be webview. I can do it for normal screen sizes by hardcoding the screen size to desired px but it is not working on bigger screensizes, I want to add this in layout.xml.

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Android :: Consuming WCF REST Service Is Very Slow

Aug 31, 2010

I have a WCF REST service built with C# and it returns an image as part of a CPU intensive operation. The client is running on Android (Java) By default, it will return a text JSON object that looks something like this:{"d",[9,0,77,12,11,...]}Those are they bytes of the image. Fine. However, all the solutions for decoding this JSON are intolerably slow. I've tried Gson, Jackson, and the built-in Android JSONObject class. I have no idea why they are so slow.As an alternative solution, I have my REST service return a GUID, and then that GUID can be used by the Android client to go to a regular URL that serves up the image as a regular binary stream, via an MVC controller. This works well, and it fast, and is pretty easy to handle on the Android side. However, it does feel like a bit of kludge and kind of a violation of the REST design principles.

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Android :: How To Send A JSONObject To A REST Service?

Jun 11, 2010

Retrieving data from the REST Server works well, but if I want to post an object it doesn't work:...

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Android :: OpenSource REST Client For Droid?

Aug 10, 2010

Is there any Opensource REST / RESTful Client / Library for Android ? Please share me the links.

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Android :: Authenticate To REST Web Service From Droid App?

Sep 24, 2010

I need to pull data from a REST web service in my android app. The web service requires authentication.
I need to first call a login method, which will return me an authToken and JSESSIONID as part of the response header. I need to pass these items back with every request. I'm currently using: org.apache.http.impl.client.DefaultHttpClient.DefaultHttpClient() to call the login method. I can see the authToken and JSESSIONID are being returned in the response header.
Are there any existing tools or classes that might provide some sort of management functionality that I can easily integrate with my android app?

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Android :: REST Vs JSON APIs / Differences Between Them?

Nov 10, 2010

Wondering what the differences between REST and JSON APIs are, how you interface with them, and how to go about parsing the results. My goal is to build a small application for my android phone to tell me when the next train will get to the subway station by my house, using the developer API provided by the transit agency.

I'm learning C++ in university, but hope to go about this in Java. I'm sorry if this is more of a discussion question rather than a black and white answer question, but I can't find any information elsewhere.

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How To Call REST Web Service From Android Application

Jul 29, 2010

i want to call REST Web Service from application.

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Android :: Calling .net Webservice From App

Jan 11, 2010

Best way of calling an asp.net web service from my android app. I am planning on using ksoap2 ? Is this a good route to go, or is that the only way to go? Do I have other options? What is the most efficient way if there are other options?

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Android :: WSDL Webservice

Jun 5, 2010

I have a case in which i have created a web service in java. I have .wsdl file of this web service.

Now i want to send request and get response i.e. communicate with this web service using the .wsdl file. I tried searching a lot but did not find any satisfactory post or code sample to do that. Whatever i came across is of .net i.e. .asmx file.

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Android :: Webservice With BraoadCastReciever

Oct 11, 2010

I have to call httpClient Within broadCastReciver ,but I got the following error

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Android :: Client For JAX-RPC WebService

Aug 30, 2009

Trying to write a client in Android for JAX-RPC Webservices developed in JAVA.

Is this possible and please suggest any examples for this.

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Android :: Call .NET Webservice

Jun 7, 2010

We have a SOAP webservice that is used for an iPhone application, but it is possible that we need an Android specific version or a proxy of the service, so we have the option to go with either SOAP or JSON. I have a few concerns about both methods:

SOAP solution:

Is it possible to generate java source code from a WSDL file, if so, will it include some kind of proxy
class to invoke the webservice and will it work in the Android environment at all? Google has not provided any SOAP library in Android, so i need to use 3rd party, What about the performance/overhead with parsing and transmitting SOAP xml over the wire versus the JSON solution?

JSON solution:

There is a few classes in the Android sdk that will let me parse JSON, but does it support generic
parsing, like if I want the result to be parsed as a complex type? Or would I need to implement that
myself? I have read about 2 libraries before here on Stackoverflow, GSON an Jackson. What is the difference performance and usability (from a developers perspective) wise? Do you have any experince with either of those libraries?

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Android :: Prepare The UI From The Webservice

Aug 30, 2010

Playing around with the UI and SQLLite for a while and it looks pretty good to me . We have a requirement that for the App that all the questions would be coming from the server through REST / Web service which would be displayed on the App..

say for e.g if there are 4 questions
1) Enter your Name -- Text Box
2) Did you sleep well last night -- YES / NO
3) How many hours did you sleep - Text Box
4) How did you hear about us -- Drop down

So the requirement is that the Questions would be displayed on the App after doing a SYNC with the server during the SYNC with the server the Questions would be downloaded from the SERVER through REST / Web service..if the phone is not connected then pull the questions from the Database...

These questions are simple questions and they change quite often and we have a similar app which is there for iphone which does this ....

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Android :: Webservice SOAP

Oct 15, 2010

I'm calling soap webservice in android app. its working fine and getting the response in SOAP object. I don't know what to do after that. I'm searching for tutorial but I didnt find any. I'm really very fed up. I need to parse the reponse.

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Android :: Connecting To A Webservice ?

Nov 16, 2010

I have searched SO for anser to my question which is "invocking a remote webservice from a j2me application". All the tutorials refer to implementing it as a MIDLET. But I am not using a midlet. Can anyone please tell me if it is possible to invoke a webservice in plain j2me application, which is as basic as a hello world?

I am coding for android. My code starts with somethig like

CODE:..........

I want to know if a webservice can be invoked from this kind of program?

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Android :: Trying For Developing Phone Rest Client Applications

Jun 8, 2010

I've watched many of the Google IO talks and one that I'm trying to reproduce is "Developing Android REST client applications"[1]. In this talk Virgil suggests you should not execute your RESTful queries inside a Thread/AsyncTask spawned from your Activity (which I had been doing), instead you should use a more complex architecture that uses a combination of a ContentProvider and a Service. From what I understood the reason for this design was so your data was more persistent between app restarts, and so your queries don't disappear if your Activity starts/stops (e.g on a screen rotation). I buy into both those reasons hence I'm trying to implement this. On the slides[2] page 45 We have an Activity calling a ContentProvider. Now the ContentProvider checks its local database, if the content is not there it sends an Intent to a service which fetches the content, inserts it into the ContentProvider, then the ContentProvider calls back to the Activity (with a ContentObserver) and the Activity can carry on. The question I have is how is this callback setup. The ContentProvider exposes simple methods, query, insert, update, delete which don't seem easy to adapt to a callback interface. It could be implemented by a Cursor which is designed to block, but that could be problematic as you don't' want to block your UI Thread. I'd appreciate if anyone could make this clearer to me, or show me some code. I'm hoping the Twitter app will be open sourced soon which apparently uses this architecture.

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Samsung :: Developing Android REST Client Applications

Sep 1, 2010

I've read through the note of the topic "Developing Android REST Client Applications" from Google IO 2010, but I still have no idea on how to start. Can anyone show me a code example? Either the code for "Option A: Use a Service API" or "Option B: Use the ContentProvider API"

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Android :: How To Utilize REST To Post GPS Data Into Application?

Apr 14, 2010

I am a student in the process a building an Android app that can post a GPS track into a Rails application. I would like to do things the "Rails" way and take advantage of the REST. My rails application basically has 3 models at this point: users, tracks, and points. A user has_many tracks and a track has_many points. A track also has a total distance. Points have a latitude and longitude. I have successfully been able to create an empty track with:
curl -i -X POST -H 'Content-Type: application/xml' -d '<track><distance>100</distance></track>' http://localhost:3000/users/1/tracks

That is pretty cool. I am really impressed that rails do this. Just to see what would happen I tried the following:
curl -i -X POST -H 'Content-Type: application/xml -d '<track><distance>100</distance><points><point><lat>3</lat><lng>2</lng></point></points></track>' http://localhost:3000/users/1/tracks

Fail! The server spits back:
Processing TracksController#create (for 127.0.0.1 at 2010-04-14 00:03:25) [POST]
Parameters: {"track"=>{"points"=>{"point"=>{"lng"=>"2", "lat"=>"3"}}, "distance"=>"100"}, "user_id"=>"1"} User Load (0.6ms) SELECT * FROM "users" WHERE ("users"."id" = 1) ActiveRecord::AssociationTypeMismatch (Point(#-620976268) expected, got Array(#-607740138)): app/controllers/tracks_controller.rb:47:in 'create'

It seems my tracks_controller doesn't like or understand what it's getting from the params object in my tracks_controller.rb:
def create @track = @user.tracks.build(params[:track])

My xml might be wrong, but at least Rails seems to be expecting a Point from it. Is there anyway I can fix TracksController.create so that it will be able to parse xml of a track with nested multiple points? Or is there another way I should be doing this entirely?

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Android :: How To Design REST Writing PHP To Handle HTTPs?

Mar 2, 2010

In short, I am writing an Android application that I want to have pull data from a remote database. I was looking into .NET web services, but this http://stackoverflow.com/questions/297586/how-to-call-web-service-with-android question pointed me away from that direction.

Is REST as simple as writing some short PHP to handle something like https://www.example.com/data.php?employee=michael and have it return relevant XML or JSON data? That to me seems like what has been described to me by various sites and videos. Also, is this the best way to do this kind of operation over the internet for mobile devices, desktop applications, etc?

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Android :: How Can I Access Rest Of Stuff In Drawable Folder

Jul 22, 2009

How can I access the rest of the stuff in the drawable folder, such as the Android emoticons? I can use many of what is in the drawable folder by doing "drawable.XXX" but not all of them are available when I do that.

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Android :: Email Does Not Sync / Fix It - Get Rest Of Folders On Phone?

Sep 1, 2010

New to Andriod but seem to have figures most out, ...but.. I have added my hotmail account under the mail app standard on the sonyericsson x10, and the mail is comming through, but when I delete it on the web or laptop it does not delete it on phone neither does it update that I have read the email. It does sync but emails stay on phone. Any body have a fix or answer for me?
Also I have several folders in my hotmail account, the phone only displays Inbox, drafts, outbox, sent, trash. How do I get the rest of the folders on the phone?

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Android : How To Make REST Calls For A Particular Item Amazon.com?

Jul 22, 2010

Can somebody please show me resources that would let me make REST calls from my Android Phone to Amazon? I need to get Item details for that Item. I tried to look for documentation but I really couldn't find it. I am sorry if this has been answered before but I couldn't find the answer.

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Android :: Client To Invoke The Webservice

Dec 2, 2009

I need to call a webservice from Android,the webservcie was created by Axis.I make a simple client to invoke the webservice on computer,get right response.But when I move the project to Android.there is one error:java.rmi; I dont's know where use this library.

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Android :: Google Api Ajax Webservice

Nov 23, 2010

I have created json parser to parse the data from this http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/local?v=1.0&sll=48.85...

I want to parse this data and wanna show in list view in android.

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Android :: Accessing A SOAP WebService

Feb 13, 2010

I have not found any convinient way to create something like a jaxws wrapperclass for an existing Soap Webservice - like in full Java. Jaxws is unfortunately not avaliable in the sdk. Is there any was to do this without using any external libs? Are there any external libs at all yet?

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Android :: How To Call A .NET Webservice Using KSOAP2

Jun 27, 2009

I have a problem while calling the webservice,i have a .NET web service in the server and i am using KSOAP2(ksoap2-j2se-full-2.1.2) in android.While running the program i got an runtime Exception
like "org.ksoap2.serialization.SoapPrimitive".

I dont know what to do.Here is my code.

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