|[paho-dev] Getting started with Android and the Android Service|
I’m trying to get the Android Service into my Android project. It is an standard Android Studio Android Project so it is using Gradle. The best solution would be if I could in some way get the jars into my project via Gradle (maven or Ivy). Does anyone know how to do that?
I have found the MQTT-client here: http://maven-repository.com/artifact/org.eclipse.paho/mqtt-client/0.4.0 but I can’t find the Android Service and I can’t seem to get the first one into Gradle anyway.
Next best solution would be to find a jar of the Android Service. I can use the mqtt-client jar from the link above but the Android Service is more difficult to get. I tried using the download-link on the page http://www.eclipse.org/paho/clients/android/ but that link is a tricky one since the link doesn’t really go anywhere but to the page itself. :)
So then I tried building the Android Service myself from source. Apart from the problem that I can’t open folders ending in .service in OSX (it is interpreted as some kind of system folder which can’t be opened) I can’t get it to compile. I did manage to get the MQTT-client-jar into the project and that resulted in fewer compilation errors but it still complains about not being able to find e.g. MqttPingSender. Anyone knows how to resolve those issues?
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