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cs326:lab4 [2021/09/29 20:33]
scarl [Part II. Exploring the HTTPoison library]
cs326:lab4 [2021/09/29 20:57]
scarl [Part II. Exploring the HTTPoison library]
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 <​code>​exports HTTPoison</​code>​ <​code>​exports HTTPoison</​code>​
  
-Quite a list! Use help to find out more about the ''​get!''​ function:+Quite a list! Veterans of CSci 284 or 428 might recognize some of these functions as names of HTTP methods like GET and PUT. Use help to find out more about the ''​get!''​ function:
  
 <​code>​h HTTPoison.get!</​code>​ <​code>​h HTTPoison.get!</​code>​
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 <​code>​HTTPoison.get! "​http://​scarl.sewanee.edu"</​code>​ <​code>​HTTPoison.get! "​http://​scarl.sewanee.edu"</​code>​
  
-This should return a struct ''​%HTTPoison.Response''​ with four fields. Find and **record** the field names (think maps, again) and the type of data in them. +This should return a struct ''​%HTTPoison.Response''​ with four fields. Find and **record** the field names (think maps, again) and the //type// of data in them. You might recognize the contents of the first field as HTML.
  
 Let's save this response in a variable: Let's save this response in a variable:
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 Ask for a page on my classes website that probably doesn'​t exist. **Record** the webpage requested and the ''​status_code''​ you get. Ask for a page on my classes website that probably doesn'​t exist. **Record** the webpage requested and the ''​status_code''​ you get.
  
-Finally, try these. For the first two, **record** the ''​headers''​ list. For the next two, **record** the response. For the last one, **record** the __first five__ maps in the ''​headers'' ​list.+Finally, try these. For the first two, **record** the ''​headers''​ list. For the next two, **record** the response. For the last two, **record** the first element of the response tuple and the ''​status_code'' ​if it works.
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 HTTPoison.get "​http://​127.0.0.1"​ HTTPoison.get "​http://​127.0.0.1"​
 HTTPoison.get! "​http://​127.0.0.1"​ HTTPoison.get! "​http://​127.0.0.1"​
 +HTTPoison.get "​http://​api.github.com/​repos/​elixir-lang/​elixir/​issues"​
 HTTPoison.get "​https://​api.github.com/​repos/​elixir-lang/​elixir/​issues"​ HTTPoison.get "​https://​api.github.com/​repos/​elixir-lang/​elixir/​issues"​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 All done! Exit ''​iex''​. All done! Exit ''​iex''​.
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