Sweet-Mother-of-Json

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Language
Java
Version
v2.1 (Jan 28, 2017)
Created
Jan 20, 2017
Updated
Jan 29, 2017 (Retired)
Owner
Jian James Astrero (jianastrero)
Contributor
Jian James Astrero (jianastrero)
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Sweet-Mother-of-Json

The Sweetest way into connecting to your server

##Installation Add the JitPack repository to your build file then add it in your root build.gradle at the end of repositories:

allprojects {
    repositories {
        ...
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

Add the dependency

dependencies {
    compile 'com.github.jianastrero:Sweet-Mother-of-Json:v2.1'
}

##Usage - Youtube (v1.0) or Instruction v2.1 ####The 1st difference of v1.0 to v2.1 is the name of classes #####SweetConfig -> SweetJsonConfig; Sweet -> SweetJson; ####The 2nd is, the mid sdk is lowered till api 3 ###Youtube

###Instructions Call SweetJsonConfig.setDomain atleast once (recomended to be on the first activity) in your application

SweetJsonConfig.setDomain("192.168.43.33/sweet"); //when using a local server. this may be mydomain.com

Extend SweetJson and declare public fields equivalent to post data names. Then call super for the constructor, set the route and set the subclass instance always to this

public class Connect extends SweetJson {
    public String postValue; //this is the value which in php will be taken from $_POST["postValue"]

    public Connect(String postValue) {
        super(); //always call super

        setRoute("sweet.php"); //set the route
        setSubclassInstance(this);  //never changers

        this.postValue=postValue;
    }
}

####the code above correspond to this php file:

    echo 'postValue = '.$_POST["postValue"];

Lastly, create an instance of your subclass then call submit. if wanted an OnConnectionListener can be set to the instance to listen onBeforeConnectionStart and onAfterConnectionStopped. onAfterConnectionStopped has parameters of result, jsonobject and json array, in which result will always have a value, jsonobject can be null if the result is not a jsonobject else not. and so as with the jsonarray.

Connect connect=new Connect("Sweet Mother Of Json");
connect.setOnConnectionListener(new Sweet.OnConnectionListener() {
    @Override
    public void onBeforeConnectionStart() {
        textView.setText("Connecting to server...");
    }

    @Override
    public void onAfterConnectionStopped(String result, JSONObject jsonObject, JSONArray jsonArray) {
        textView.setText(""+result);
    }
});
connect.submit();

##Thats it! Now you can easily connect to your server with a short and elegant code :)