How to: (new) HTTP API

by yves » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 01:48:33 GMT


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 I've read a lot of tutorials explaining how to use the HTTP Client
from the previous Android SDK.
With SDK 1.1 r1 this API has totally changed.

Is there any tutorial for this new API?

Is it possible to interact with a J EE application? I mean, on the one
side there is the J EE Application on the Internet, on the other side
there is the Android Device which uses the J EE Application (through
REST)? Is it also possible to stay "logged in" on the Android
application (Sessions)? Can I set Cookies on the Android Device?

Thanks in advance
Yves

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How to: (new) HTTP API

by yves » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 01:48:59 GMT


 I've read a lot of tutorials explaining how to use the HTTP Client
from the previous Android SDK.
With SDK 1.1 r1 this API has totally changed.

Is there any tutorial for this new API?

Is it possible to interact with a J EE application? I mean, on the one
side there is the J EE Application on the Internet, on the other side
there is the Android Device which uses the J EE Application (through
REST)? Is it also possible to stay "logged in" on the Android
application (Sessions)? Can I set Cookies on the Android Device?

Thanks in advance
Yves

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How to: (new) HTTP API

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 06:10:08 GMT


 


HttpClient is a product of the Apache Foundation. Documentation,
including examples, can be found at:

 http://hc.apache.org .


Presumably yes.


Presumably yes.


Yes.

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How to: (new) HTTP API

by yves » Sat, 11 Apr 2009 01:22:02 GMT


 Thank you





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