Android Hessian Library

by stoney » Thu, 30 Jul 2009 01:30:13 GMT

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 has someone already dex'ed an existing Hessian Java library or written
a Hessian library targeted for Android?

Hessian is a very light-weight binary web service protocol (http:// that was especially designed for performance and
thus usage in mobile clients. An open-sourced Java library (under the
Apache License) is provided by Coucho, Hessian4J (http:// is another third-party Java

If there is no such library for Android and nobody else is working on
it, i am going to try to rewrite the Coucho Java library mentioned
above and put it on google code.

thx in advance...


Android Hessian Library

by Yusuf T. Mobile » Thu, 30 Jul 2009 22:06:03 GMT

 Nothing to lose one's head over, but 
may (or may not) accomplish something similar, and has been ported to

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Android Hessian Library

by stoney » Thu, 06 Aug 2009 14:27:20 GMT

 since i have to use hessian i initiated 
- a hessian library for android. it is a very stripped down version of
Caucho's java library. first tests with the customer's web service
interfaces worked quite well :-)

cheers, andre


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