# Clojure HTTP Client by Dan Larkin and Phil Hagelberg Note: this library is deprecated. Clojure HTTP Client was created simply to wrap the JDK's built-in HTTP classes, which are not as good as the functionality that other clients such as Apache's provide. Now that dependencies are not a huge headache to use from Clojure, there is no reason limit yourself to the JDK's classes, so other libraries are more capable. Please take a look at [clj-http](http://github.com/dakrone/clj-http) and [http.async.client](http://github.com/neotyk/http.async.client) instead. ## Example There are two namespaces, clojure-http.client, which provides a simple "request" function, and clojure-http.resourcefully, which is targeted more towards interactions with REST-based APIs. (ns clojure-http.example (:use [clojure-http.client] [clojure.contrib.json.write]) (:require [clojure-http.resourcefully :as res])) (let [response (request "http://google.com")] (:code response) ;; 200 (:msg response) ;; "OK" (:body-seq response)) ;; ("