Question about TLS on android

#1

I just wanted to ask about the progress of implementing TLS on the Android Autobahn branch.

When can we expect a release?

I’m desperately waiting for it, as I want to use Autobahn for an Android app, in which I need to use a secure connection.

And Autobahn is the only websocket library that is reliable und usable!

Regards

Lars

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#2

I just wanted to ask about the progress of implementing TLS on the
Android Autobahn branch.
When can we expect a release?

Don't worry, I am well aware for the need. I just need to find time to finish the TLS-NIO branch .. or for someone to fix the last issues with that;)

We can't promise you a timeframe .. however I am planning to dive into AutobahnAndroid in the coming weeks again .. and fixing TLS is top prio ..

Tobias

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Am 13.03.2013 12:15, schrieb Lars Born:

I'm desperately waiting for it, as I want to use Autobahn for an Android
app, in which I need to use a secure connection.
And Autobahn is the only websocket library that is reliable und usable!

Regards
Lars

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#3

Hi Tobias,

I’m also interested in having secure websockets/wamp support on Android. My knowledge with java coding is limited. I know how
to code java, but my limited experience with it doesn’t allow me to see
the full picture of the java framework, and how AutobahnAndroid interacts with the lower level networking libraries. Nor do I know which
networking libraries do exist. I’m not sure but I think I read somewhere that Java got some new networking libraries some time ago, and that AutobahnAndroid is using old ones and wants to get moved over to the new
ones, and then turn tls on. Is that right?

You say that it’s relatively trivial to implemet wss, once network is accessed via NIO. Could you give me some pointers to how to best archieve this? How would you go about it? Which caveats do you know of?

Daniel

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On Saturday, March 16, 2013 10:37:10 AM UTC+1, Tobias Oberstein wrote:

Am 13.03.2013 12:15, schrieb Lars Born:

I just wanted to ask about the progress of implementing TLS on the

Android Autobahn branch.

When can we expect a release?

Don’t worry, I am well aware for the need. I just need to find time to
finish the TLS-NIO branch … or for someone to fix the last issues with
that;)

We can’t promise you a timeframe … however I am planning to dive into
AutobahnAndroid in the coming weeks again … and fixing TLS is top prio …

Tobias

I’m desperately waiting for it, as I want to use Autobahn for an Android

app, in which I need to use a secure connection.

And Autobahn is the only websocket library that is reliable und usable!

Regards

Lars

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#4

Hi Daniel,

No, adding TLS is trivial with non-NIO networking .. with NIO, it's more involved. There is the nearly working TLS-NIO branch

https://github.com/tavendo/AutobahnAndroid/tree/tlsnio

and I'd just finish (debug) that if I had more time ..

Tobias

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Am 30.03.2013 21:08, schrieb Daniel F.:

Hi Tobias,

I'm also interested in having secure websockets/wamp support on Android.
My knowledge with java coding is limited. I know how to code java, but
my limited experience with it doesn't allow me to see the full picture
of the java framework, and how AutobahnAndroid interacts with the lower
level networking libraries. Nor do I know which networking libraries do
exist. I'm not sure but I think I read somewhere that Java got some new
networking libraries some time ago, and that AutobahnAndroid is using
old ones and wants to get moved over to the new ones, and then turn tls
on. Is that right?

You say that it's relatively trivial to implemet wss, once network is
accessed via NIO. Could you give me some pointers to how to best
archieve this? How would you go about it? Which caveats do you know of?

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