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Official JAVA library for Messente API

- 5 MIN READ - 25 Jan 2016

New official JAVA library for Messente API

We are happy to announce the fresh addition to Messente's API libraries family!
The library is written in JAVA that is free to be used for speeding-up your implementation of Messente API.

MessenteJ is a dependency-less library that can be used in any type of application - web, mobile, desktop etc.

What you can do with this library:

It is also flexible enough for use with any HTTP client written for JAVA, so you don't need to rely on library's default HttpUrlConnection.
Instead you can use URL builder methods to do the boring URL building for you and use the built URL with your favourite HTTP client. Cool, isn't it?

Check out the examples and source code @ Github.

Also check out the libraries section.

If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to add a comment below.

Lennar Kallas

Lennar Kallas - Software engineer

Lennar eats, sleeps and dreams in code. He is passionate about software engineering and providing better and faster backend solutions for Messente's messaging platform.

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