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Top 9 Scala HTTP Client Projects
A minimal, idiomatic Scala interface for HTTPProject mention: How to get started? | /r/scala | 2023-06-02
http4s is a Typelevel project, and therefore falls into the "program in Scala as if it were Haskell" category. Many people find this off-putting, but honestly, I think with the resources listed above, this is the option at the best intersection of "mature" and "well-documented" available in Scala. The reason it's off-putting to many people is that Haskell-style pure FP isn't mainstream, so it isn't so much a matter of learning a new technology as it is a matter of learning a new paradigm, which necessarily means surfacing and unlearning things you already know, and perhaps confronting the uncomfortable feeling that things you thought were "fundamental," "have to be that way," aren't, and don't. I personally found this process liberating. But not everyone does.
The Scala HTTP client you always wanted!Project mention: Scala Toolkit makes Scala powerful straight out of the box | /r/scala | 2022-11-10
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The Streaming-first HTTP server/module of AkkaProject mention: Akka-HTTP in android | /r/androiddev | 2023-04-12
Here I've posted my issue https://github.com/akka/akka-http/issues/4248
Declarative, type-safe web endpoints libraryProject mention: what library/framework should I use for backend development? | /r/scala | 2023-02-21
You're not confined to the usual suggestions below (play, http4s). There's a ton of options. (I wrote test cases using a bunch of different frameworks a few years ago at https://github.com/hohonuuli/msdemos). Having written services using a variety of frameworks in production, I would strongly suggest using one that auto-generates API docs (openapi, swagger) for you. That will save you a huge amount of time later on. For heavier services, like the one at https://fathomnet.org/, I tend to the Java side (Quarkus is my current top choice, but Micronaut and Helidon are both great). For everything else I use Scala. My go-to right now is tapir using a vertx backend. See https://tapir.softwaremill.com/
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A next-generation Scala framework for building scalable, correct, and efficient HTTP clients and serversProject mention: Creating a CLI app with scala and Graal VM: should I switch to Rust? | /r/scala | 2023-08-31
For JNI, make sure you have `-H:+JNI` in your native image options. Be aware that Netty is a bit of a monster to include in a native image application (I just recently added it a Netty dependency and it completely broke my project and took a good day to figure out). Mine was through zio-http and I was able to piece together some working options from github issues: https://github.com/zio/zio-http/issues/20.
Scala wrapper for the Java AsyncHttpClient.
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Standalone Play WS, an async HTTP client with fluent API
Extends the akka-http-client with retry logic, error handling, logging and signing
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http4s as a replacement for akka-http?
6 projects | /r/scala | 15 Sep 2022
zio-http, any experiences to share
2 projects | /r/scala | 17 Sep 2022
Code in jar dependency is packed as java code and can not be used as normal Scala dependency
1 project | /r/scala | 4 May 2022
Why do all frameworks use OOP? (php)
1 project | /r/learnprogramming | 11 Apr 2022
Can we all please star our top 15 used Scala libraries ?
1 project | /r/scala | 18 Feb 2022
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