HTTP 4D Component Finalized

Deep Sky Technologies has finalized and released their HTTP 4D component, HTTP Client Deux 1.0.0. HTTP Client Deux contains a complete set of HTTP and HTTPS request methods providing 4D developers with a simple way of incorporating HTTP request management into their code. According to Deep Sky Technologies:

Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., today announced the full release of HTTP Client Deux v1.0.0 for Macintosh and Windows. HTTP Client Deux is a 4th Dimension component which provides a comprehensive set of HTTP and HTTPS request methods for use throughout 4D based projects.

HTTP Client Deux provides many automation and management functions for use in writing HTTP request and response processing code. It automatically handles most of the common operations involved in managing HTTP communications in 4D.

HTTP Client Deux works "on top" of TCP Deux, another 4D component available from Deep Sky Technologies, Inc. TCP Deux provides completely transparent operation with 4D Internet Commands v6.7.x, Internet ToolKit v2.0.x, and Internet ToolKit v2.5.x; any of these plugins can be used without any coding changes. The only exception to this is for HTTPS requests to function properly you must be using a valid copy of ITK Pro v2.5.x.

TCP Deux and HTTP Client Deux do require that the BASh 4D component be installed for it to operate correctly. BASh is a 4D component available for free from DSTi and it handles all of the core routines needed to properly run TCP Deux and HTTP Client Deux.

HTTP Client Deux is available for free to registered owners of HTTP Deux. You can find more information at the Deep Sky Technologies Web site.

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