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Android and .NET Data Services Presentation


Had a great time this past weekend in Richmond, VA for Richmond CodeCamp X. Had a good turnout at a great venue and while my session was rather sparsely attended we had some good discussions and questions.

As promised here is the slide deck and the sample apps. The ZIP file does not include the Restlet and ksoap2-android libraries (because my web host limits upload sizes) but you can download Restlet from There has been a revision to the Restlet library (from v 2.0.0 to 2.0.1) but I’ve tested the sample application to make sure it works with 2.0.1. There have also been changes to the ksoap2-android library in that the dormant 2.4 fork has been taken over by Manfred Moser, who had created the original 2.5 fork. The 2.5 fork (which is the one my demo used) is gone and only the 2.4 fork is available. The 2.4 fork can be downloaded here. The Eclipse folder is meant to be the root of an Eclipse workspace so I didn’t include the .metadata folder.

Inside the folders for the two Eclipse projects there are “libs” folders that are placeholders for the Restlet and the ksoap2-android libraries; you will probably have to fix-up the classpath for both projects. The Visual Studio project is meant for Visual Studio 2010 Professional or higher.

Android and .NET Services Presentation

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