using Emacs org-mode as rest client replacement

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  • walkman

    Write HTTP requests in Org mode and replay them at will using cURL (by abrochard)

    That makes me think from /u/abrochard makes more sense since it does exactly that, redirecting the output to a buffer.

  • verb

    Organize and send HTTP requests from Emacs


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  • ob-http

    make http request within org-mode babel

    I think this is achieved via ob-http [1]. I wasn't aware of this babel extension; I've been using verb-mode instead [2]. I love verb, but after watching this video I am now thinking that a results block may be superior (in most cases) to an external buffer... particularly when you are documenting examples for an API.

  • emacs-request

    Request.el -- Easy HTTP request for Emacs Lisp

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