Google Talk Shared Status Messages

by Micah » Tue, 26 May 2009 07:09:23 GMT


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 I'm interested in creating an Android application that will set the
user's Google Talk custom status message to something created by my
application.  Details on doing this can be found at
 http://code.google.com/apis/talk/jep_extensions/shared_status.html. 

Since a user running Android (at least on the G1 w/ T-Mobile) is
always signed in to their Google Account, is there a way to leverage
that and not require the user enter credentials into my application?
If not, is there an easy-to-use XMPP interface available or am I stuck
with writing a XMPP client from scratch?

Alternatively, does the Google Talk application running on Android
phones support any intents that I could use to tell it to change the
user's status?

While researching this issue I have come across a number of pages that
reference what appears to be a deprecated
com.google.android.xmppservice and com.google.android.gtalkservice.
Is there a replacement for either of those or were they removed
without replacement?

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Google Talk Shared Status Messages

by Micah » Tue, 26 May 2009 07:54:14 GMT


 Sorry if this ends up as a double post, I posted it about 8 hours ago
and I'm still not showing it in the group mailing list so I'm giving
it another try.

I'm interested in creating an Android application that will set the
user's Google Talk custom status message to something created by my
application.  Details on doing this can be found at
 http://code.google.com/apis/talk/jep_extensions/shared_status.html. 

Since a user running Android (at least on the G1 w/ T-Mobile) is
always signed in to their Google Account, is there a way to leverage
that and not require the user enter credentials into my application?
If not, is there an easy-to-use XMPP interface available or am I stuck
with writing a XMPP client from scratch?

Alternatively, does the Google Talk application running on Android
phones support any intents that I could use to tell it to change the
user's status?

While researching this issue I have come across a number of pages that
reference what appears to be a deprecated
com.google.android.xmppservice and com.google.android.gtalkservice.
Is there a replacement for either of those or were they removed
without replacement?

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Google Talk Shared Status Messages

by Micah » Sun, 31 May 2009 13:43:31 GMT


 Just wanted to bump this up to see if anyone on the weekend browsing
crew knew an answer.



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