This is a project designed to simplify the way java developers interact with the Foursquare V2 API.
With this project a developer should be easily able to deserialize a response from the api into pojo’s with a few lines of code.
Many Java platforms have their own API for making http requests. In my case it was the difference between Android and Google App Engine. I choose to remove this component and let you maintain the finite control over the requests while this package deals with mapping the response data into Checkins, Users and everything else.
Any questions, comments or requests to help: email@example.com
This project is being maintained specificically for Check in Assistant, and FourGui.de but I welcome any developers who wish to use this in their project.
Examples will be posted to the github wiki soon!
I ask that you please keep the package structure intact if forking, modifying etc. If you’d like to contribute directly to the project with new responses, adapters, or test cases please email me via github or firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you to the contributors list.
License – MIT
Copyright © 2011 William Vanderhoef
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