Java Library [Planning]

Gralamin
Gralamin
edited February 2011 in API Discussion
I'm pretty good with Java programming, and would be willing to write an API wrapper to open it up to general java apps, as well as to Android apps. If anyone is interested in helping, let me know, and I'll start a github project.

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  • Gralamin
    Gralamin
    Posts: 2
    After a bit of looking, Choosing not to work on this while still in school.
  • Kamahl
    Posts: 4
    I'll do it. :)
    Andriod and Google App Engine support will be useful.
  • Micah
    Micah
    Posts: 894
    So this idea is dead? I can understand not wanting to get in over your head, but it really is a great idea...
  • Kamahl
    Posts: 4
    Well, I'd like to know if Gralamin started working on it, but I'm willing to start from scratch if he hasn't.
  • Micah
    Micah
    Posts: 894
    Seems like "signpost":http://code.google.com/p/oauth-signpost/ would be a good place to start if doing something in Java, although there could be other OAuth Java libraries.
  • Micah
    Micah
    Posts: 894
    Looks like "Scribe":https://github.com/fernandezpablo85/scribe-java is also a highly respected Java OAuth implementation.

    There's a list of "different OAuth libraries":http://oauth.net/code/ on the main OAuth website.
  • Kamahl
    Posts: 4
    Wow. Both signpost and Scribe are much simpler than I'm used to from an OAuth library. Thanks for pointing them out :)
  • Kamahl
    Posts: 4
    Without any response from Gralamin, I'm starting from scratch. I'll put up a github repository shortly.
  • Micah
    Micah
    Posts: 894
    Cool, can't wait to see it. Bonus points if it's Android friendly, as I'm sure there are many Android devs out there looking to get their hands dirty.
  • Xphile
    Posts: 3
    Is anyone still working on this? I've basically built a Java library that works with Android for the application I wrote (see other thread). I could clean up the code and document it better later this month and toss it up onto bit-bucket for others to view the code and use as they see fit.
  • Baalshamon
    Baalshamon
    Posts: 585
    Very interested in this. would love to see the final product

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  • ActionHankDE
    ActionHankDE
    Posts: 2
    How is the state of the Java API? Somebody build something usable?
  • dertroglodyt
    dertroglodyt
    Posts: 4
    I started a github project today. https://github.com/dertroglodyt/ScribeOP
    Still work in progress and I'm stuck at the create WikiPage at the moment.
    Maybe someone can take a look at it...

    Will work on the remaining read only methods meanwhile.
  • Shammond42
    Shammond42
    Posts: 65
    Hello,

    I'm the maintainer of the Ruby wrapper for the OP API.I haven't got much interest in digging into Java right now, but here is a link to a discussion the maintainer of the .Net library and I had regarding saving wiki pages and characters. Maybe it will offer some guidance for you.

    I've also seen this http://forums.obsidianportal.com/comments.php?DiscussionID=2479&page=1#Item_1 when trying to save a wiki page, but don't have a solution yet.

    Steve
  • dertroglodyt
    dertroglodyt
    Posts: 4
    Thanks, will have a look at these later. Completing read only functions for now.
  • dertroglodyt
    dertroglodyt
    Posts: 4
    Got it to work.
    See "here":http://forums.obsidianportal.com/comments.php?DiscussionID=2710&page=1#Item_1
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