So it seems a whole bunch of users are still in a situation where the use SOAP webservices and my trusty ksoap-android project is of service to them. Great!
To be honest I am not sure if there are still many users of ksoap2-android out there. I have sorta left the Android development efforts myself. A few comments showed up in issues pointing to a missing module and I … Read more →
The ksoap2-android project has been in mostly maintenance mode for a long time, but it is still receiving lots of usage. Recently a very useful improvement came up in discussions around HTTP connections issues. The robust and powerful OKHttp library … Read more →
Since April 2010 when I took over ownership of the ksoap2-android project, a lot of bug fixes and minor improvements have gone into the project from myself and other contributors. Even though the project is really only in maintenance mode … Read more →
I am at OSCON Java 2011 and just finished presenting about Android open source development tools covering the supplied default tools in the SDK and going way beyond covering libraries and tools for all sorts of aspects of Android application … Read more →
If you are developing Android applications that need to interface with SOAP web services, you probably know that the Android SDK does not have any support for this technology. It is somewhat considered legacy, but it is still widely used … Read more →
So recently I have been doing a lot of Android development and generally having a great time. In general the Android API is very complete and offeres support for a whole lot of features and task. I did however have … Read more →