Upgrade Android SDK to OkHttp 3
Optimizely uses an obsolete version of OkHttp. This forces app developers that use Optimizely to ship two complete copies of this library.
Optimizely needs to update their dependency to OkHttp 3. Doing so is pretty straightforward:
* Change imports from `com.squareup.okhttp` to `okhttp3`.
* Change Maven group ID from `com.squareup.okhttp` to `com.squareup.okhttp3`.
* Drop `get` and `set` prefixes on setters.
* Use `OkHttpClient.Builder` where necessary.
Thanks for your post. I've informed our engineers of your request. I'll let you know when I hear back from them.
Our developers got back to me. What I got from them is that OkHttp 3.0 is still in beta, and we're upgrading to it when it's out of beta. I hope this answers your question!
Hi Arne, thanks for your post. I've reached out to our developers to ask them whether we have a timeline for upgrading to OkHTTP 3.0.