ExAws.Request.HttpClient behaviour (ExAws v2.2.3) View Source

Specifies expected behaviour of an http client

ExAws allows you to use your http client of choice, provided that it can be coerced into complying with this module's specification.

The default is :hackney.


Here for example is the code required to make HTTPotion comply with this spec.

In your config you would do:

config :ex_aws,
  http_client: ExAws.Request.HTTPotion

defmodule ExAws.Request.HTTPotion do
  @behaviour ExAws.Request.HttpClient
  def request(method, url, body, headers, http_opts) do
    {:ok, HTTPotion.request(method, url, [body: body, headers: headers, ibrowse: [headers_as_is: true]])}

When conforming your selected HTTP Client take note of a few things:

  - The module name doesn't need to follow the same styling as this module it
    is simply your own 'HTTP Client', i.e. MyApp.HttpClient

  - The request function must accept the methods as described in the
    @callback below, you can however set these as optional, i.e. (http_opts \ [])

  - Ensure the call to your chosen HTTP Client is correct and the return is
    in the same format as defined in the @callback below, for example:

## Example

    def request(method, url, body, headers, http_opts \ []) do
      Mojito.request(method, url, headers, body, http_opts)

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http_method() :: :get | :post | :put | :delete

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Link to this callback

request(method, url, req_body, headers, http_opts)

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  method :: http_method(),
  url :: binary(),
  req_body :: binary(),
  headers :: [{binary(), binary()}, ...],
  http_opts :: term()
) ::
  {:ok, %{status_code: pos_integer(), headers: any()}}
  | {:ok, %{status_code: pos_integer(), headers: any(), body: binary()}}
  | {:error, %{reason: any()}}