Android Asynchronous Http Client

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Language
Java
Version
1.4.11 (Jun 29, 2020)
Created
Feb 20, 2011
Updated
Aug 20, 2020
Owner
James Smith (loopj)
Contributors
Bitdeli Chef (bitdeli-chef)
Thomas Decaux (ebuildy)
Avram Lyon (avram)
James Smith (loopj)
Kevin Schultz (krschultz)
Marek Sebera (smarek)
Vince Mi (vinc3m1)
Linden (coreform)
Mindaugas Kuprionis (mkuprionis)
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David Brodsky (OnlyInAmerica)
Chang Cheng (chengc03)
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Alashov Berkeli (alashow)
Clay Allsopp (clayallsopp)
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Announcement

Asynchronous Http Client for Android

An asynchronous, callback-based Http client for Android built on top of Apache's HttpClient libraries.

Changelog

See what is new in version 1.4.11 released on 29th June 2020

https://github.com/android-async-http/android-async-http/blob/1.4.11/CHANGELOG.md

Javadoc

Latest Javadoc for 1.4.11 release are available here (also included in Maven repository):

https://android-async-http.github.io/android-async-http/doc/

Features

  • Make asynchronous HTTP requests, handle responses in anonymous callbacks
  • HTTP requests happen outside the UI thread
  • Requests use a threadpool to cap concurrent resource usage
  • GET/POST params builder (RequestParams)
  • Multipart file uploads with no additional third party libraries
  • Tiny size overhead to your application, only 60kb for everything
  • Automatic smart request retries optimized for spotty mobile connections
  • Automatic gzip response decoding support for super-fast requests
  • Optional built-in response parsing into JSON (JsonHttpResponseHandler)
  • Optional persistent cookie store, saves cookies into your app's SharedPreferences
  • Support sni with Conscrypt on older android device (wiki)

Examples

For inspiration and testing on device we've provided Sample Application. See individual samples here on Github To run Sample application, simply clone the repository and run this command, to install it on connected device


gradle :sample:installDebug

Maven

You can now integrate this library in your project via Maven. There are available two kind of builds.

releases, maven central

https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/loopj/android/android-async-http/

Maven URL: https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/
GroupId: com.loopj.android
ArtifactId: android-async-http
Version: 1.4.11
Packaging: JAR or AAR

Gradle

repositories {
  mavenCentral()
}

dependencies {
  implementation 'com.loopj.android:android-async-http:1.4.11'
}

development snapshots snapshot might not be published yet

https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/com/loopj/android/android-async-http/

Maven URL: https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/
GroupId: com.loopj.android
ArtifactId: android-async-http
Version: 1.4.12-SNAPSHOT
Packaging: JAR or AAR

Gradle

repositories {
  maven {
    url 'https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/'
  }
}
dependencies {
  implementation 'com.loopj.android:android-async-http:1.4.11-SNAPSHOT'
}

Documentation, Features and Examples

Full details and documentation can be found on the project page here:

https://android-async-http.github.io/android-async-http/