Web service access in Android

by nena joy » Tue, 26 Oct 2010 01:45:10 GMT


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 Hello,
I am new in android development.
I want to get data from a web service in android application.But the
application is  in  html5.
Now it uses the data from a local xml file.how it get data from a web
service?
Please help me ......

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Web service access in Android

by Miguel Morales » Tue, 26 Oct 2010 01:51:21 GMT


 Well, we won't do the whole project for you.
If you own or wrote that web services all you need to do is write a
script to output data to JSON or XML.
Then from Android simply load the script and collect the information
and display it in your app.  Simple.

Sounds like you don't have much development experience, so this might
not be your service.  In which case you'll need to scrape the hml
somehow.



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