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HTTP::Tinyish cpan:SKAJI last updated on 2018-01-08

HTTP-Tinyish-0.1.0/

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NAME

HTTP::Tinyish - perl6 port of HTTP::Tinyish

SYNOPSIS

Synchronous way:

my $http = HTTP::Tinyish.new(agent => "Mozilla/4.0");

my %res = $http.get("http://www.cpan.org/");
warn %res<status>;

$http.post:
  "http://example.com/post",
  headers => { "Content-Type" => "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" },
  content => "foo=bar&baz=quux",
;

$http.mirror:
  "http://www.cpan.org/modules/02packages.details.txt.gz",
  "./02packages.details.txt.gz",
;

Asynchronous way:

my $http = HTTP::Tinyish.new(:async);

my @url = <
  http://perl6.org/
  https://doc.perl6.org/
  http://design.perl6.org/
>;

my @promise = @url.map: -> $url {
  $http.get($url).then: -> $promise {
    my %res = $promise.result;
    say "Done %res<status> %res<url>";
    %res;
  };
};

my @res = await @promise;

DESCRIPTION

HTTP::Tinyish is perl6 port of https://github.com/miyagawa/HTTP-Tinyish. Currently only support curl.

Str VS Buf

Perl6 distinguishes Str from Buf. HTTP::Tinyish handles data as Str by default (that is, encode/decode utf-8 if needed by default). If you want to handle data as Buf, please follow the instruction below.

If you want to send Buf content, just specify Buf in content:

my $binary-data = "file.bin".IO.slurp(:bin);
$http.post:
   "http://example.com/post",
   content => $binary-data,
;

If you want to recieve http content as Buf, then call request/get/post/... method with bin => True:

my %res = $http.get("http://example.com/image.png", bin => True);
does-ok %res<content>, Buf; # pass

And decode %res<content> by yourself if you want.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2015 Shoichi Kaji skaji@cpan.org

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License 2.0.

Original perl5 HTTP::Tinyish COPYRIGHT and LICENSE:

COPYRIGHT
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa, 2015-

LICENSE
This module is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.