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Web services on Android platform

Wiked Vicky Malhotra
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Hello,

I found this link that teaches to write a web service client on Android platform and thought it might be worth sharing:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/android/webservice-from-android.aspx

Please post your comments whether this tutorial works as I still have not tried it.


Ulf Dittmer
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Umm... you recommend this article even though you haven't tried it, and are asking others to do that? That's a bit rich, wouldn't you agree?


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Wiked Vicky Malhotra
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Umm... you recommend this article even though you haven't tried it, and are asking others to do that? That's a bit rich, wouldn't you agree?


Well Ulf!
you have an impressive android app list. I am just a Java programmer and not that good with Android(just started trying my hands on) []

I never recommended this article and I just wanted to share this article. That's why asked for comments. As you seem to be some shot in android why not you try this tutorial and let me know if it works.
Ulf Dittmer
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I think you missed my point. Why are you recommending an article if you don't even know if it's any good? The code might not run, or be of poor quality. You could tell us *why* you liked the article. It has nothing to do with what I may or may not have done (so, no - I'm not going to try it).
Wiked Vicky Malhotra
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:I think you missed my point. Why are you recommending an article if you don't even know if it's any good? The code might not run, or be of poor quality. You could tell us *why* you liked the article. It has nothing to do with what I may or may not have done (so, no - I'm not going to try it).


I still do not see your point of argue.....
 
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