Implementation of a HTTP 1.0/1.1 client with keep-alive support.
Note that it is usually recommended to use requestHTTP for making requests as that will use a pool of HTTPClient instances to keep the number of connection establishments low while not blocking requests from different tasks.
||Get the current settings for the HTTP client.|
||Connects to a specific server.|
||Forcefully closes the TCP connection.|
||Performs a HTTP request.|
||Sets a callback that will be called for every TLS context that is created.|
||Sets the default user agent string for new HTTP requests.|
Sönke Ludwig, Jan Krüger
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Subject to the terms of the MIT license, as written in the included LICENSE.txt file.