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The Jetty HttpClient is the Jetty component that allows to make requests to HTTP servers and to interpret responses from HTTP servers.  
 
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The Jetty HttpClient has the following features:
 
The Jetty HttpClient has the following features:
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* Asynchronous by nature, with possibility to use it synchronously.
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* Choice of using non-blocking connectors (the default) or blocking connectors.
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* Support for SSL.
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* Support for HTTP proxy.
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* Support for HTTP authentication mechanisms.
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* Highly configurable in terms of timeouts, connections and thread pooling.
  
 
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You may want to check the [[Jetty/Tutorial/HttpClient|HttpClient Tutorial]] for further information and examples.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:55, 23 April 2013



[edit] Introduction


The Jetty HttpClient is the Jetty component that allows to make requests to HTTP servers and to interpret responses from HTTP servers.

[edit] Feature

The Jetty HttpClient has the following features:

  • Asynchronous by nature, with possibility to use it synchronously.
  • Choice of using non-blocking connectors (the default) or blocking connectors.
  • Support for SSL.
  • Support for HTTP proxy.
  • Support for HTTP authentication mechanisms.
  • Highly configurable in terms of timeouts, connections and thread pooling.

You may want to check the HttpClient Tutorial for further information and examples.