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Since +Ficus Kirkpatrick presented at I/O about the Volley library, I thought I'd make a super simple Flickr client app to show people the basic. I won't even pretend that this is a good app, but it does show some basic concepts of how to use Volley.

I also got some questions on how to get Volley, since there's no JAR to download. Here are the instructions for Linux, though it's similar on other platforms.

git clone https://android.googlesource.com/platform/frameworks/volley
cd volley
android update project -p .
ant jar

Then, copy bin/volley.jar into your libs/ folder and off you go!
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Thanks for the instructions!  I was halfway through the I/O talk on YouTube and HAD to try it.

Not surprisingly, your instructions work on Mac OS terminal as well.
 
Thanks For The Instructions!..i was cloned the volley library and and entered into the directory usind cd volley,,after i use this command as "android update project -p ."    When i used this command i was getting an error like "android: command not found" please solve this

Thank you..
 
on Linux, open terminal:
export ANDROID_HOME=<path-to-android-sdk>
export export PATH=$ANDROID_HOME/tools:$PATH
export export PATH=$ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools:$PATH
 
Thanks, although then I run a
"android update project -p ." I get
"Error: . is not a valid project (AndroidManifest.xml not found)."

Any clue what I could do ?
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