An HTTP client, taking inspiration from Ruby’s faraday and Python’s
Package documentation: https://docs.ropensci.org/crul/
HttpClient- Main interface to making HTTP requests. Synchronous requests only.
HttpResponse- HTTP response object, used for all responses across the different clients.
Paginator- Auto-paginate through requests - supports a subset of all possible pagination scenarios - will fill out more scenarios soon
Async- Asynchronous HTTP requests - a simple interface for many URLS - whose interface is similar to
HttpClient- all URLs are treated the same.
AsyncVaried- Asynchronous HTTP requests - accepts any number of
HttpRequestobjects - with a different interface than
Asyncdue to the nature of handling requests with different HTTP methods, options, etc.
set_headers(), and more
HttpClientmethod only, and allow you to trigger functions to run on requests or responses, or both. See
?hooksfor the details and examples
crulintegrates with webmockr to mock HTTP requests. Checkout the http testing book
crulalso integrates with vcr to cache http requests/responses. Checkout the http testing book
Latest binaries from rOpenSci
install.packages("crul", repos = "https://dev.ropensci.org")
Dev version from GitHub
crulin R doing
citation(package = 'crul')