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12-12-2008 07:25 AM
12-12-2008 11:12 AM
1. Use HttpConnection. Remember to use it in the separate thread so your UI doesn't lock until server responds.
2. Depends on what you want to display. You can add elements to the screen (labels, lists, etc) and pass your data to them.
In addition to the samples, I would suggest you look through developer guide (both basic and advanced) - that would give you better understanding how to put everything together.
12-12-2008 07:07 PM
Code snippet of how to make an HTTP call. Also works with HTTPS.
12-13-2008 08:17 AM
if by response, you mean the response headers and not content, try stuff like this,
if (k==null) break;
if ( k!=null) xx+=k+ " "+v+"\n\r";
12-15-2008 05:17 AM