Constructor

new (url:String)

Methods

cancel ():Void

Cancels this Http request if request has been called and a response has not yet been received.

Inherited Variables

Defined by HttpBase

url:String

The url of this request. It is used only by the request() method and can be changed in order to send the same request to different target Urls.

Inherited Methods

Defined by HttpBase

addHeader (header:String, value:String):Void

dynamiconBytes (data:Bytes):Void

This method is called upon a successful request, with data containing the result String.

The intended usage is to bind it to a custom function: httpInstance.onBytes = function(data) { // handle result }

dynamiconData (data:String):Void

This method is called upon a successful request, with data containing the result String.

The intended usage is to bind it to a custom function: httpInstance.onData = function(data) { // handle result }

dynamiconError (msg:String):Void

This method is called upon a request error, with msg containing the error description.

The intended usage is to bind it to a custom function: httpInstance.onError = function(msg) { // handle error }

dynamiconStatus (status:Int):Void

This method is called upon a Http status change, with status being the new status.

The intended usage is to bind it to a custom function: httpInstance.onStatus = function(status) { // handle status }

setHeader (name:String, value:String):Void

Sets the header identified as header to value value.

If header or value are null, the result is unspecified.

This method provides a fluent interface.

setParameter (name:String, value:String):Void

Sets the parameter identified as param to value value.

If header or value are null, the result is unspecified.

This method provides a fluent interface.

setPostBytes (data:Null<Bytes>):Void

Sets the post data of this Http request to data bytes.

There can only be one post data per request. Subsequent calls to this method or to setPostData() overwrite the previously set value.

If data is null, the post data is considered to be absent.

This method provides a fluent interface.

setPostData (data:Null<String>):Void

Sets the post data of this Http request to data string.

There can only be one post data per request. Subsequent calls to this method or to setPostBytes() overwrite the previously set value.

If data is null, the post data is considered to be absent.

This method provides a fluent interface.