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No. REST has to do with working with resources over the Internet; LocalHost doesn't really qualify as such, unless perhaps you're running a web server on LocalHost. Google Volley is a client-side library. It can potentially connect to RESTful resources, but it, in and of itself, does not make something RESTful. If you simulated a RESTful resource on ...


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I don't know where else to ask this. Like so many questions like this, the answers are easy to find. The Apache license is written in plain English. A native English speaker should be able to read it (carefully) and understand it. (But you >>do<< need to read it >>carefully<< ... and research any points you are not sure about.) There ...


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The Apache License is a permissive license. It basically lets you do pretty much anything you want, as long as you tell people you used the software, and that it was Apache Licensed. [I]f part of my application uses code I did not write ... under the Apache 2.0 license, am I not allowed to charge for my app? No, it is perfectly ok to charge for your app. ...


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You can obtain the source code of applications a few ways. Check if the application is open source Contact the developer and request source code Reverse engineer the application Reverse engineering is a bit of a legal grey area. From www.eff.org First the Scary Stuff: What Kinds of Reverse Engineering Are Most Legally Risky? ^ By using the ...



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