SOALIB Test Sample
Soalib provides a number of useful web services to be consumed by users in their applications using multiple programming languages. In this documentation, we will discuss about how Soalib may be used to develop your own applications by consuming powerful web services API. Soalib client side API is shipped with proxies and supporting libraries for various programming languages. There are two types of Java API provided with Soalib client: JSE and JME. JSE is for use with Java Standard Edition JVM and JME is for Java Micro Edition JVM. There is also an android version of the java jar file. To use the JME version, development tools specially designed for JME development should be used. Two popular and excellent free tool for JME and JSE development are Eclipse (http://eclipse.org) and Netbeans (http://netbeans.org). To use the Android version, Android SDK should be downloaded from (http://android.com).
In this guide the client API is described by examples. It is important to try these examples as the user reads them. The examples are packed in the java client API package. The JSE examples are shipped for importing directly into the Eclipse Java development tool and the JME examples are shipped for importing directly by Netbeans JME and Eclipse Pulsar development tools. To run the examples, it is best to import the respective project into the tools and then run the examples from within the tool.