Secure-File-Manager VS OkHttp

Compare Secure-File-Manager vs OkHttp and see what are their differences.

Secure-File-Manager

Secure File Manager is open source file manager for keeping your files in safe. (by Secure-File-Manager)

OkHttp

Square’s meticulous HTTP client for the JVM, Android, and GraalVM. (by square)
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Secure-File-Manager OkHttp
10 34
122 43,471
-0.8% 0.3%
3.6 9.3
6 months ago 6 days ago
Kotlin Kotlin
GNU General Public License v3.0 only Apache License 2.0
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Secure-File-Manager

Posts with mentions or reviews of Secure-File-Manager. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-08-02.

OkHttp

Posts with mentions or reviews of OkHttp. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-01-23.
  • Modern Android Development in 2023
    7 projects | dev.to | 23 Jan 2023
    OkHttp
  • Is it acceptable to use mock servers, like Postman, for testing in Android?
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 6 Sep 2022
    Being more familiar with Android development only, I mainly use https://github.com/square/okhttp/tree/master/mockwebserver
  • Best libraries for Android Developers
    19 projects | dev.to | 15 Jul 2022
    Retrofit is the best library that lets you connect to HTTP-based API services from your Android applications. It leverages the OkHttp library’s core functionality, adding a bunch of features to it while eliminating the boilerplate code.
  • How to use Cronet Engine for API calls? Any simple repo for it to understand?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 30 Jun 2022
    Use Retrofit or anything else that builds on OkHttp. If you do end up needing some features that Cronet supports but OkHttp doesn't (such as HTTP/3), just write an interceptor or use google/cronet-transport-for-okhttp.
  • IPv6 Support on Android
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/RedditEng | 31 May 2022
    Even as of 2022, there are networks out there that have broken/misconfigured IPv6, and there most likely always will be. Some wireless carriers and ISPs support it, but in some cases, people have old or improperly-configured routers and devices. Patchy IPv6 support is less of a problem on iOS and the web these days since those clients have support for dynamically falling back on IPv4 when IPv6 fails. After more research, we realized that Android didn’t have this “dual-stack” IP support, and neither did our preferred networking library, OkHttp. This explained why the content-loading issues only surfaced on Android, and why it took some additional digging to uncover the root cause.
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/RedditEng | 31 May 2022
    Working with the reddit infrastructure team, we did more testing and built high confidence that this last IPv6 theory was indeed the cause of users’ content-loading problems. We assessed our usage of OkHttp and checked if there were any upcoming plans to improve support. OkHttp did have an open ask for “Happy Eyeballs” #506, but no known plans to implement it. Out of due diligence, we also assessed other network libraries– but knew that moving off OkHttp would be a radical change, indeed. We read the RFC 8305, “Happy Eyeballs algorithm for dual-stack IPv4/IPv6”, and thought “wow, we don’t want to implement this ourselves.” And as we were studying that open OkHttp issue and thinking “If only they would…”
  • App Flow of an Android App?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 23 May 2022
    Your app would request data from the backend inside it's domain layer. As the other commenter mentioned, Retrofit is a commonly used library for interfacing with REST APIs, which is built on top of OkHttp (a more generic HTTP client).
  • Watery : A water delivery solution android app
    3 projects | dev.to | 1 May 2022
    OkHttp
  • Reddit back to IPv6!
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/ipv6 | 25 Mar 2022
    Word is that the official Reddit mobile app is using the OkHttp Java library, which seems at first to support every conceivable feature, but apparently didn't support Happy Eyeballs at that time.
  • Ask HN: Codebases with great, easy to read code?
    35 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Mar 2022
    I’ve learned a TON from the [okhttp3](https://square.github.io/okhttp/) codebase, highly recommend studying it.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Secure-File-Manager and OkHttp you can also consider the following projects:

unirest-java - Unirest in Java: Simplified, lightweight HTTP client library.

Async Http Client - Asynchronous Http and WebSocket Client library for Java

Netty - Netty project - an event-driven asynchronous network application framework

Retrofit - A type-safe HTTP client for Android and the JVM

Android Volley

DroidFS - Encrypted overlay filesystems implementation for Android. Also available on gitea: https://forge.chapril.org/hardcoresushi/DroidFS

gRPC - The Java gRPC implementation. HTTP/2 based RPC

android-async-http - This project under develop

Finagle - A fault tolerant, protocol-agnostic RPC system

okio - A modern I/O library for Android, Java, and Kotlin Multiplatform.

Dubbo - Apache Dubbo is a high-performance, java based, open source RPC framework.

Undertow - High performance non-blocking webserver