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Migrating to HTTPlug

If you currently use a concrete HTTP client implementation or the Ivory HTTP Adapter, migrating to HTTPlug should not be very hard.

Migrating from Ivory HTTP Adapter

The monolithic Ivory package has been separated into several smaller, more specific packages.

Instead of Ivory\HttpAdapter\PsrHttpAdapter, use Http\Client\HttpClient. The HttpClient simply has a method to send requests.

If you used the Ivory\HttpAdapter\HttpAdapter, have a look at :doc:`../components/client-common` and use the Http\Client\Utils\HttpMethodsClient which wraps any HttpClient and provides the convenience methods to send requests without creating RequestInterface instances.

Migrating from Guzzle

Replace usage of GuzzleHttp\ClientInterface with Http\Client\HttpClient. The send method is called sendRequest. Instead of the $options argument, configure the client appropriately during set up. If you need different settings, create different instances of the client. You can use :doc:`/plugins/index` to further tune your client.

If you used the request method, have a look at :doc:`../components/client-common` and use the Http\Client\Utils\HttpMethodsClient which wraps any HttpClient and provides the convenience methods to send requests without creating RequestInterface instances.