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NOTICE - This project has moved.

It is now part of Foursquare's open source monorepo Fsq.io and all future work will be published there.

The project lives on but this Github repo is deprecated.

Foursquare Finagle Http Library

Finagle is a wonderful protocol agnostic communication library. Building an http client using finagle is simple. However, building an http request and parsing the response can ba a chore. FHttp is a scala-idiomatic request building interface similar to scalaj-http for finagle http clients.

Like scalaj-http, it supports multipart data and oauth1.

You will probably want to override FHttpClient.service to add your own logging and tracing filters.

How to Build

./sbt compile
./sbt test

API Docs

Adding FHttp to your build

The project is cross-compiled for scala 2.9.2 and scala 2.10.3. In your build.sbt, add:

"com.foursquare" %% "foursquare-fhttp" % "0.1.14"

Some Simple Examples

import com.foursquare.fhttp._
import com.foursquare.fhttp.FHttpRequest._
import com.twitter.conversions.storage._
import com.twitter.conversions.time._
import com.twitter.finagle.builder.ClientBuilder
import com.twitter.finagle.http.Http

// Create the singleton client object using a default client spec (hostConnectionLimit=1, no SSL)
val clientDefault = new FHttpClient("test", "localhost:80").releaseOnShutdown()

// or customize the ClientBuilder
val client = new FHttpClient("test2", "localhost:80",
    ClientBuilder()
      .codec(Http(_maxRequestSize = 1024.bytes,_maxResponseSize = 1024.bytes))
      .hostConnectionLimit(15)
      .tcpConnectTimeout(30.milliseconds)
      .retries(0)).releaseOnShutdown()

// add parameters
val clientWParams = client("/path").params("msg"->"hello", "to"->"world").params(List("from"->"scala"))

// or headers
val clientWParamsWHeaders = clientWParams.headers(List("a_header"->"a_value"))

// non-blocking POST
val responseFut = clientWParamsWHeaders.postFuture()

// or issue a blocking request
clientWParamsWHeaders.getOption()

OAuth Example

import com.foursquare.fhttp._
import com.foursquare.fhttp.FHttpRequest._

// Create the singleton client object using a default client spec
val client = new FHttpClient("oauth", "oauthbin.appspot.com:80")
val consumer = Token("key", "secret")

// Get the request token
val token = client("/v1/request-token").oauth(consumer).get_!(asOAuth1Token)

// Get the access token
val accessToken = client("/v1/access-token").oauth(consumer, token).get_!(asOAuth1Token)

// Try some queries
client("/v1/echo").params("k1"->"v1", "k2"->"v2").oauth(consumer, accessToken).get_!()
// res0: String = k1=v1&k2=v2

Dropbox OAuth Example

Here's a slightly more complicated oauth (and HTTPS) example, using a Dropbox API account.

import com.foursquare.fhttp._
import com.foursquare.fhttp.FHttpRequest._
import com.twitter.conversions.storage._
import com.twitter.conversions.time._
import com.twitter.finagle.builder.ClientBuilder
import com.twitter.finagle.http.Http

// Using the App key and App Secret, fill out the consumer token here:
val consumer = Token(dbApiKey, dbApiSecret)

val api = new FHttpClient("dropbox-api", "api.dropbox.com:443",
    ClientBuilder()
      .codec(Http())
      .tls("api.dropbox.com")
      .tcpConnectTimeout(1.second)
      .hostConnectionLimit(1)
      .retries(0))

val reqToken = api("/1/oauth/request_token").oauth(consumer).post_!("", asOAuth1Token)

// Go authorize usage of the app in a web browser using this link:
println("""go visit

https://www.dropbox.com/1/oauth/authorize?oauth_token=%s&oauth_token_secret=%s

and accept the app!""".format(reqToken.key, reqToken.secret))


// wait for the app to be accepted by the user


// Finally, get the access token
val accessToken = api("/1/oauth/access_token").oauth(consumer, reqToken).post_!("", asOAuth1Token)


// and go do some stuff with it.
api("/1/account/info").oauth(consumer, accessToken).get_!()
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