This implementation makes all requests asynchronous by submitting jobs to a
Encapsulates all configuration related to HTTP authentication methods.
Base class for handing content-encoding.
Keeps track of available content-encoding handlers.
Content encoding used to handle Deflate responses.
This class handles creation of the request body (i.e.
Content encoding used to handle GZIP responses.
Groovy DSL for easily making HTTP requests, and handling request and response data.
HttpContext stores many transient properties of an HTTP request.
This class is a wrapper for
Keeps track of response parsers for each content type.
Extension to HTTPBuilder that basically attempts to provide a slightly more REST-ful face on top of HTTPBuilder.
This class implements a mutable URI.
Enumeration of common content-encodings.
Enumeration of common IANA content-types.
Enumeration of valid HTTP methods that may be used in a
Mapping of HTTP response codes to a constant 'success' or 'failure' value.
Wraps an error response in an exception for flow control purposes.
Thrown when a response body is parsed unsuccessfully.
HTTPBuilder provides a simple Groovy API for HTTP and REST client operations. It supports multiple callbacks based on response status code, and a mechanism to automatically parse and encode many common content-types such as XML, JSON, HTML, and plain text. HTTPBuilder also supports easy configuration for common authentication mechanisms, and common content-encodings as well.
URIBuilder is used by HTTPBuilder classes
for URL manipulation, but it may also be useful on its own. The remaining
classes provide supporting functions for HTTPBuilder and are probably only
useful for customizing or extending HTTPBuilder functionality.
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