[Io] RE: Web Clients (was Re: Monticello authentication methods?)

Todd Blanchard tblanchard at mac.com
Thu Oct 5 06:42:31 UTC 2006


I think it it Steve Waring, yes.  The categories start with SW but  
the classes all begin with Spt.

I don't think it is too many classes - however, it lacks a nice  
facade and end user api.  The classes model all of the 'things' in  
the Http protocol, but there is no really easy to use end user api.   
This could be fixed and I'd like to see a virtual web browser built  
on top of it which also handles http-meta refreshes and caching.

Meanwhile, I started implementing the existing api on top of it.  Its  
not yet usable, its just something I started and then got distracted  
from by income generating activities.

-Todd

On Oct 4, 2006, at 2:10 PM, stephane ducasse wrote:

> hi todd
> what SW stands for? Steve Warring ?
>
>> Yep, that's pretty much how I see it.  Whoever can get to the work  
>> and finish it wins.
>>
>> I have actually started integrating the SWHttpClient, implementing  
>> all existing web stuff on top of it, but I have a ways to go and  
>> am short on time now.  I could probably get it done about the  
>> first of the year.
>>
>> I've decided I like SWHttpClient because, while it has LOT of  
>> classes, it is extremely well factored, does parallel fetching,  
>> and has proxy/auth/cookie support.
>
> Lot of classes is not a desease. :)
> if this is not too much classes
>
> Stef
>
>




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