REST Client: Send Web services requests to REST servers

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This class can be used to send Web services requests to REST servers.

It can send GET, POST, PUT and DELETE HTTP requests to a Web service server that supports the REST protocol.

The class supports HTTP basic authentication, passing parameters in the request URL, send HTTP POST requests using either arrays with form data values or raw POST data, and use a custom content-type header value.

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REST is a Web services protocol that was adopted by many sites instead of other SOAP and XML-RPC because REST is simpler.

This package provides a solution to simplify sending requests to a REST based Web services API.

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