Skip to Content
Instant Spring for Android starter: leverage Spring for Android to create RESTful and OAuth Android apps

Instant Spring for Android starter: leverage Spring for Android to create RESTful and OAuth Android apps

Dahanne, Anthony

Packt Instant Starter: get to grips with a new technology, understand what it is and what it can do for you, and then get to work with the most important features and tasks. This is a Starter which gives you an introduction to Spring for Android with plenty of well-explained practical code examples. If you are an Android developer who wants to learn about RESTful web services and OAuth authentication and authorization, and you also want to know how to speed up your development involving those architectures using Spring for Android abstractions, then this book is for you. But core Java developers

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English. Electronic book. Electronic books.
Published Birmingham : Packt Pub 2013
Rate this

This resource is available electronically from the following locations


Statement of responsibility: Anthony Dahanne
ISBN: 1782161902, 1782161910, 9781782161905, 9781782161912
Note: Print version record.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (131 pages)
Subject: Android (Electronic resource); Application software Development.; COMPUTERS Data Processing.
Local note: eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBooks for FE Collection (UK)


  1. Instant Spring for Android Starter
  2. Instant Spring for Android Starter
  3. Credits
  4. About the Author
  5. About the Reviewer
  7. Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more
  8. www.PacktLib.
  9. Why Subscribe?
  10. Free Access for Packt account holders
  11. 1. Instant Spring for Android Starter
  12. So, what is Spring for Android?
  13. RestTemplate
  14. Auth/Spring Social
  15. What Spring for Android is not
  16. Integrating it in an Android app
  17. Minimal dependencies to add or use RestTemplate
  18. Getting started with Eclipse and Spring for Android
  19. Installing the ADT plugin
  20. First example app.
  21. Using Maven to build a Spring for Android appQuick start
  22. RestTemplate; Different message converters; MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter; SimpleXmlHttpMessageConverter; RssChannelHttpMessageConverter; Gzip encryption; HTTP Basic authentication; The RESTful recipe app; RecipeList activity: listing all recipes stored on the server; RecipeEditor activity; Android annotations; Quick start
  23. OAuth; Developing a website or an app relying on a service provider; The OAuth dance; Spring for Android Auth module; An OAuth example using Google; People and places you should get to know; Official sites.
  24. Articles and tutorialsCommunity; Blogs; Twitter.