a http request module for node and the browser
An extendable request module for node.js and the browser. It's available through npm
npm install curly
The goal of this module is to bring the core power of request to both the browser and to Node combined with an extension interface to make client implementations of REST APIs simple.
Core usage is almost identical to request
var curly = ;; // callback is called with (err, response, body)curly; // above is sugar for this;// we expect a JSON callback;// send some custom headers;// streaming! (only works in Node)inputStream;
The real power of curly lies in its extension interface. If you want to implement a REST API simply use the
use method to extend curly.
var curly = ;var myapi = curly;;
Curly (with the exception of streaming) works in the browser as well.
browser.js exposes a
common.js browserbased version.
Using a tool like browserify you should be able to just
var curly = require('curly').
This software is licensed under "MIT"
Copyright (c) 2012 Mathias Buus Madsen email@example.com
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