Mined Opinions For API: com.google.appengine

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  • Please try to ask more specific questions that have more objective answers.. details
  • I'd like to create a Java web application on top of Google AppEngine.. details
  • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?. details
  • However I can parse for Category CODETERM5 Once, I get the Category JSONObject, I can parse for Item like this CODETERM6 fine.. details
  • Anyway, I tried to parse a JSONArray of Category which include Item List(JSONArray) with CODETERM2 on my own: if I parse for Category like CODETERM3 I get CODETERM4 .. details
  • Good luck!. details
  • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating [ URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating ] I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet.. details
  • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating [ URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating ] I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet.. details
  • but i am not able to build server side webservice.please give me some stemps to follow to build my webservice on server side.. details
  • advance thanks.. details
  • ( URL_https://groups.google.com/d/topic/google-appengine- java/uImBt6fOhww/discussion%20original [original] ) I have put together a simple json REST service using jersey, jaxb and jackson.. details
  • However, all subsequent requests after this work fine, the class then seems to have been loaded.. details
  • After two weeks using it on Google Appengine, I just love it.. details
  • It is a Json engine in URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
  • But then I read about protocol buffers, and that seems even more efficient, I'm not sure if it's a significant difference.. details
  • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code.. details
  • I also would prefer to share the common code since both are java, although that's less important.. details
  • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code.. details
  • I'm working on a web service that will be accessed from an Android app.. details
  • Obviously on the Android end I want it to be as lightweight as possible.. details
  • Bonus points (not really) but if anyone could provide one where the the transport mechanism is abstracted out so the two are interchangable, I would be eternally in their favour.. details
  • Can someone please point me to a reference which gives a "full circle" example implementation of either (both with android client and java appengine back end) xmlrpc or json / rest ?. details
  • Any they'd get a credit in the software I'm putting together for this (for what it's worth).. details
  • Thanks, Richard.. details
  • Hi dfa - it's not an ongoing consultancy - it's just asking for a word from the wise about libraries that are tried and tested, as opposed to me going down a route that ends up with "version x.y of z lib needs version a.b of c lib and they don't work together".. details
  • this is not a SO question, this is a consulting job!.. details
  • This is way too vague.. details
  • This is way too vague.. details
  • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine.. details
  • I am confused with the discrepancy between CODETERM7 for my JSONArray of JSONObject with JSONArray.. details
  • I have created a JSONArray of Category object which include Item object List(JSONArray) in google appengine, thus, using CODETERM1 I validate the resulting String here URL_http://jsonformatter.curiousconcept.com/ [ URL_http://jsonformatter.curiousconcept.com/ ] and it fails.. details
  • my requirements: i want a webform where i can enter student news and events and that should be stored on webservice(json).this webservice must be comapatible with appengine.please help me i strucked with that i con't move work.. sorry for my english.. details
  • I'm re-asking an unanswered question from the now read-only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem.. details
  • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago.. details
  • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago.. details
  • After doing some research on what's the best technology, I'm left somewhat confused and dazed by the options.. details
  • I have found a python example but am struggling to find a java version.. details
Summaries the opinions about com.google.appengine using topic modeling.
  • 0. question specific objective answer job consulting common share week richard: 5
    • Please try to ask more specific questions that have more objective answers.. details
    • After two weeks using it on Google Appengine, I just love it.. details
    • I also would prefer to share the common code since both are java, although that's less important.. details
    • Thanks, Richard.. details
    • this is not a SO question, this is a consulting job!.. details
  • 1. rest jersey point circle xmlrpc full implementation engine consultancy ongoing: 4
    • ( java/uImBt6fOhww/discussion%20original [original] ) I have put together a simple json REST service using jersey, jaxb and jackson.. details
    • It is a Json engine in Jersey which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
    • Can someone please point me to a reference which gives a "full circle" example implementation of either (both with android client and java appengine back end) xmlrpc or json / rest ?. details
    • Hi dfa - it's not an ongoing consultancy - it's just asking for a word from the wise about libraries that are tried and tested, as opposed to me going down a route that ends up with "version x.y of z lib needs version a.b of c lib and they don't work together".. details
  • 2. simple side webservice build service create engine servlet website transport: 7
    • I'd like to create a Java web application on top of Google AppEngine.. details
    • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet.. details
    • but i am not able to build server side webservice.please give me some stemps to follow to build my webservice on server side.. details
    • I'm working on a web service that will be accessed from an Android app.. details
    • Obviously on the Android end I want it to be as lightweight as possible.. details
    • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code.. details
    • Bonus points (not really) but if anyone could provide one where the the transport mechanism is abstracted out so the two are interchangable, I would be eternally in their favour.. details
  • 3. jsonobject jsonarray category jsonobj item getjsonobject service jsonitem getstring include: 8
    • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?. details
    • However I can parse for Category JSONObject jsonObj =new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(i)); Once, I get the Category JSONObject, I can parse for Item like this JSONObject jsonItem = jsonItemArray.getJSONObject(j); fine.. details
    • Anyway, I tried to parse a JSONArray of Category which include Item List(JSONArray) with org.json.JSONObject @version 2012-05-29 on my own: if I parse for Category like JSONObject jsonObj =jsonArray.getJSONObject(i); I get org.json.JSONException: Value ... .. details
    • Good luck!. details
    • advance thanks.. details
    • However, all subsequent requests after this work fine, the class then seems to have been loaded.. details
    • But then I read about protocol buffers, and that seems even more efficient, I'm not sure if it's a significant difference.. details
    • Any they'd get a credit in the software I'm putting together for this (for what it's worth).. details
  • 0. jsonarray jsonobject webservice find con read group unanswered week engine: 9
    • This is way too vague.. details
    • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine.. details
    • I am confused with the discrepancy between jsonobject = new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(index)[SUCCESS] vs jsonArray.getJSONObject(index)[FAILED] for my JSONArray of JSONObject with JSONArray.. details
    • I have created a JSONArray of Category object which include Item object List(JSONArray) in google appengine, thus, using com.google.appengine.labs.repackaged.org.json.JSONObject I validate the resulting String here and it fails.. details
    • my requirements: i want a webform where i can enter student news and events and that should be stored on webservice(json).this webservice must be comapatible with appengine.please help me i strucked with that i con't move work.. sorry for my english.. details
    • I'm re-asking an unanswered question from the now read-only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem.. details
    • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago.. details
    • After doing some research on what's the best technology, I'm left somewhat confused and dazed by the options.. details
    • I have found a python example but am struggling to find a java version.. details
Summaries of the opinions about com.google.appengine using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • It is a Json engine in Jersey which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine .
  • I'd like to create a Java web application on top of Google AppEngine .
  • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?.
  • I also would prefer to share the common code since both are java, although that's less important .
  • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code .
  • But then I read about protocol buffers, and that seems even more efficient, I'm not sure if it's a significant difference .
  • Can someone please point me to a reference which gives a "full circle" example implementation of either (both with android client and java appengine back end) xmlrpc or json rest ?.
  • Thanks, Richard .
  • Hi dfa it's not an ongoing consultancy it's just asking for a word from the wise about libraries that are tried and tested, as opposed to me going down a route that ends up with "version x y of z lib needs version a b of c lib and they don't work together" .
  • However I can parse for Category JSONObject jsonObj =new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(i)); Once, I get the Category JSONObject, I can parse for Item like this JSONObject jsonItem = jsonItemArray.getJSONObject(j); fine .
  • It is a Json engine in Jersey which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine .
  • I'd like to create a Java web application on top of Google AppEngine .
  • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?.
  • But then I read about protocol buffers, and that seems even more efficient, I'm not sure if it's a significant difference .
  • Can someone please point me to a reference which gives a "full circle" example implementation of either (both with android client and java appengine back end) xmlrpc or json rest ?.
  • Any they'd get a credit in the software I'm putting together for this (for what it's worth) .
  • Hi dfa it's not an ongoing consultancy it's just asking for a word from the wise about libraries that are tried and tested, as opposed to me going down a route that ends up with "version x y of z lib needs version a b of c lib and they don't work together" .
  • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet .
  • Anyway, I tried to parse a JSONArray of Category which include Item List(JSONArray) with org.json.JSONObject @version 2012-05-29 on my own: if I parse for Category like JSONObject jsonObj =jsonArray.getJSONObject(i); I get org.json.JSONException: Value ... .
  • However I can parse for Category JSONObject jsonObj =new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(i)); Once, I get the Category JSONObject, I can parse for Item like this JSONObject jsonItem = jsonItemArray.getJSONObject(j); fine .
  • It is a Json engine in Jersey which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine .
  • I'd like to create a Java web application on top of Google AppEngine .
  • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?.
  • Obviously on the Android end I want it to be as lightweight as possible .
  • But then I read about protocol buffers, and that seems even more efficient, I'm not sure if it's a significant difference .
  • Hi dfa it's not an ongoing consultancy it's just asking for a word from the wise about libraries that are tried and tested, as opposed to me going down a route that ends up with "version x y of z lib needs version a b of c lib and they don't work together" .
  • but i am not able to build server side webservice please give me some stemps to follow to build my webservice on server side .
  • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet .
  • Anyway, I tried to parse a JSONArray of Category which include Item List(JSONArray) with org.json.JSONObject @version 2012-05-29 on my own: if I parse for Category like JSONObject jsonObj =jsonArray.getJSONObject(i); I get org.json.JSONException: Value ... .
  • However I can parse for Category JSONObject jsonObj =new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(i)); Once, I get the Category JSONObject, I can parse for Item like this JSONObject jsonItem = jsonItemArray.getJSONObject(j); fine .
  • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago .
  • This is way too vague .
  • I'm re asking an unanswered question from the now read only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem .
  • After doing some research on what's the best technology, I'm left somewhat confused and dazed by the options .
  • I have found a python example but am struggling to find a java version .
  • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine .
  • my requirements: i want a webform where i can enter student news and events and that should be stored on webservice(json) this webservice must be comapatible with appengine please help me i strucked with that i con't move work sorry for my english .
  • I am confused with the discrepancy between jsonobject = new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(index)[SUCCESS] vs jsonArray.getJSONObject(index)[FAILED] for my JSONArray of JSONObject with JSONArray .
  • I have created a JSONArray of Category object which include Item object List(JSONArray) in google appengine, thus, using com.google.appengine.labs.repackaged.org.json.JSONObject I validate the resulting String here and it fails .
  • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago .
  • This is way too vague .
  • I'm re asking an unanswered question from the now read only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem .
  • After doing some research on what's the best technology, I'm left somewhat confused and dazed by the options .
  • I have found a python example but am struggling to find a java version .
  • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine .
  • my requirements: i want a webform where i can enter student news and events and that should be stored on webservice(json) this webservice must be comapatible with appengine please help me i strucked with that i con't move work sorry for my english .
  • I am confused with the discrepancy between jsonobject = new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(index)[SUCCESS] vs jsonArray.getJSONObject(index)[FAILED] for my JSONArray of JSONObject with JSONArray .
  • I have created a JSONArray of Category object which include Item object List(JSONArray) in google appengine, thus, using com.google.appengine.labs.repackaged.org.json.JSONObject I validate the resulting String here and it fails .
  • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago .
  • This is way too vague .
  • I'm re asking an unanswered question from the now read only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem .
  • After doing some research on what's the best technology, I'm left somewhat confused and dazed by the options .
  • I have found a python example but am struggling to find a java version .
  • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine .
  • my requirements: i want a webform where i can enter student news and events and that should be stored on webservice(json) this webservice must be comapatible with appengine please help me i strucked with that i con't move work sorry for my english .
  • I am confused with the discrepancy between jsonobject = new JSONObject(jsonArray.getString(index)[SUCCESS] vs jsonArray.getJSONObject(index)[FAILED] for my JSONArray of JSONObject with JSONArray .
  • I have created a JSONArray of Category object which include Item object List(JSONArray) in google appengine, thus, using com.google.appengine.labs.repackaged.org.json.JSONObject I validate the resulting String here and it fails .
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Features:
  • Please try to ask more specific questions that have more objective answers.
  • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine.
Portability:
  • Obviously on the Android end I want it to be as lightweight as possible.
  • N/A
Documentation:
  • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating [ URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating ] I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet.
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • Good luck!
  • This is way too vague.
Performance:
  • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code.
  • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago.
Usability:
  • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?
  • This is way too vague.
  • Features: 8
    1. general: 8
      • Please try to ask more specific questions that have more objective answers.. details
      • I'd like to create a Java web application on top of Google AppEngine.. details
      • Anyway, I tried to parse a JSONArray of Category which include Item List(JSONArray) with CODETERM2 on my own: if I parse for Category like CODETERM3 I get CODETERM4 .. details
      • After two weeks using it on Google Appengine, I just love it.. details
      • I'm working on a web service that will be accessed from an Android app.. details
      • Can someone please point me to a reference which gives a "full circle" example implementation of either (both with android client and java appengine back end) xmlrpc or json / rest ?. details
      • Any they'd get a credit in the software I'm putting together for this (for what it's worth).. details
      • this is not a SO question, this is a consulting job!.. details
  • Portability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Obviously on the Android end I want it to be as lightweight as possible.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating [ URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating ] I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 3
    1. general: 3
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code.. details
  • Usability: 12
    1. class: 1
      • However, all subsequent requests after this work fine, the class then seems to have been loaded.. details
    2. json: 3
      • Do I have to write from scratch a servlet that manages the jSON handling or there is a library or something like the SOAP support for web services?. details
      • ( URL_https://groups.google.com/d/topic/google-appengine- java/uImBt6fOhww/discussion%20original [original] ) I have put together a simple json REST service using jersey, jaxb and jackson.. details
      • It is a Json engine in URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
    3. post: 1
      • App Engine has some very nice tutorials on their website, I'd recommend starting there: URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating [ URL_https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/gettingstarted/creating ] I'd just create a simple form which you would POST to a servlet.. details
    4. general: 7
      • However I can parse for Category CODETERM5 Once, I get the Category JSONObject, I can parse for Item like this CODETERM6 fine.. details
      • but i am not able to build server side webservice.please give me some stemps to follow to build my webservice on server side.. details
      • But then I read about protocol buffers, and that seems even more efficient, I'm not sure if it's a significant difference.. details
      • My primary concern is having it be efficient, and after that, simple and elegant code.. details
      • I also would prefer to share the common code since both are java, although that's less important.. details
      • Bonus points (not really) but if anyone could provide one where the the transport mechanism is abstracted out so the two are interchangable, I would be eternally in their favour.. details
      • Hi dfa - it's not an ongoing consultancy - it's just asking for a word from the wise about libraries that are tried and tested, as opposed to me going down a route that ends up with "version x.y of z lib needs version a.b of c lib and they don't work together".. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago.. details
  • Features: 4
    1. general: 4
      • The AccessControlExceptions are due to sandbox restrictions in AppEngine.. details
      • I am confused with the discrepancy between CODETERM7 for my JSONArray of JSONObject with JSONArray.. details
      • I'm re-asking an unanswered question from the now read-only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem.. details
      • After doing some research on what's the best technology, I'm left somewhat confused and dazed by the options.. details
  • Usability: 5
    1. general: 5
      • This is way too vague.. details
      • I have created a JSONArray of Category object which include Item object List(JSONArray) in google appengine, thus, using CODETERM1 I validate the resulting String here URL_http://jsonformatter.curiousconcept.com/ [ URL_http://jsonformatter.curiousconcept.com/ ] and it fails.. details
      • my requirements: i want a webform where i can enter student news and events and that should be stored on webservice(json).this webservice must be comapatible with appengine.please help me i strucked with that i con't move work.. sorry for my english.. details
      • It is stable and still actively developed, with version 2 has just been released couple of weeks ago.. details
      • I have found a python example but am struggling to find a java version.. details