Develop an Apache HttpClient client for Android to a JAX-RS web service

Learn to create an Apache HttpClient Android client

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Deepak Vohra

Date archived: January 24, 2019 | First published: October 11, 2011

Create JAX-RS web service access with the Apache HttpClient library. Jersey, a reference implementation for JAX-RS, simplifies development of RESTful web services in the Java™ environment. Android is a popular smartphone and this article shows you how to create a JAX-RS client for Android. You'll create an Apache HttpClient library client to a JAX-RS web service.

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