Universal Messaging 10.1 | Developer Guide | Mobile Client APIs | Client API for Android | Android Developer's Guide
Android Developer's Guide
Universal Messaging for Android is supported through our Universal Messaging Enterprise API for Java.
Using the Enterprise Client API
To use Universal Messaging within your Android project, you must reference the JAR file nClient.jar for the Enterprise Client API for Java, found in your Universal Messaging installation. References may typically be made by simply dragging the JAR into your IDE.
We have provided a sample Android application, TradeSpace, along with full source code to get you started writing your own Android applications with Universal Messaging.
The Universal Messaging Enterprise Developer's Guide for Java provides full information on how to use pub/sub, message queues and peer to peer services in your Android application.
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