Elanatra 2011-2013 Front
Elanatra 2011-2013 Frontend for the Web
This page describes the new and improved implementation of REST APIs for the Web, in the order of their current status. Elanatra 2011-2013 Front
REST is a set of APIs (mostly built as part of the web’s core) that allow you to perform simple HTTP requests along with other APIs and services. Since REST APIs are built in an independent development environment, they can serve many different purpose and many different needs.
To define and implement the REST API:
require(‘webclient’ // Handle HTTP/2 requests (e.g., “http://example.com/example.com” ) require( ‘golang’ // Handle HTTP/2 requests in Golang and more (e.g., “http://example.com/example.com/example.com”)) require( ‘golang-routes’ // Handle HTTP/2 requests with golang-routes )
It is useful to know how webclient works. For each of these cases, to define the basic methods involved, refer to the WebClient method. You may also find it helpful to read the source code of WebClient , a library that wraps WebClient .
The main purpose of WebClient is that it is a wrapper around the http method in order to allow us to inject all kinds of requests into our application at compile time. Its basic implementation is as follows: