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httpfulvsem-http-request

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Httpful is a simple Http Client library for PHP 7.2+. There is an emphasis of readability, simplicity, and flexibility – basically provide the features and flexibility to get the job done and make those features really easy to use.

Features

  • Readable HTTP Method Support (GET, PUT, POST, DELETE, HEAD, PATCH and OPTIONS)
  • Custom Headers
  • Automatic "Smart" Parsing
  • Automatic Payload Serialization
  • Basic Auth
  • Client Side Certificate Auth
  • Request "Templates"

em-http-request is a Ruby gem for making asynchronous HTTP requests using EventMachine. It allows you to perform multiple requests simultaneously and handle the responses as they come in, rather than waiting for each request to complete before making the next one.

In short it supports: - Asynchronous HTTP API for single & parallel request execution - Keep-Alive and HTTP pipelining support - Auto-follow 3xx redirects with max depth - Automatic gzip & deflate decoding - Streaming response processing - Streaming file uploads - HTTP proxy and SOCKS5 support - Basic Auth & OAuth - Connection-level & global middleware support - HTTP parser via http_parser.rb - Works wherever EventMachine runs: Rubinius, JRuby, MRI

Example Use


require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use Httpful\Request;

// make GET request
$response = \Httpful\Request::get("http://httpbin.org/get")
    ->send();
echo $response->body;

// make POST request
$data = array('name' => 'Bob', 'age' => 35);
$response = \Httpful\Request::post("http://httpbin.org/post")
    ->sendsJson()
    ->body(json_encode($data))
    ->send();
echo $response->body;

// add headers or cookies
$response = \Httpful\Request::get("http://httpbin.org/headers")
    ->addHeader("API-KEY", "mykey")
    ->addHeader("Cookie", "foo=bar")
    ->send();
echo $response->body;
EventMachine.run {
  http = EventMachine::HttpRequest.new('http://google.com/').get :query => {'keyname' => 'value'}

  # add callback for errors:
  http.errback { p 'Uh oh'; EM.stop }

  # add callback for successful requests
  http.callback {
    p http.response_header.status
    p http.response_header
    p http.response

    EventMachine.stop
  }
}

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