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1. HTTP request using asynchronous pluggable protocol in Java    stackoverflow.com

I need to make an HTTP request to a resource that looks like "xy:index.html" in Java. The HTTP implementation does not have to be sophisticated. I just need to be able ...

2. Reuse asynchronous socket: subsequent connect attempts fail    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to reuse a socket in an asynchronous HTTP client, but I'm not able to connect to the host the second time around. I basically treat my asynchronous HTTP client ...

3. Asynchronous HttpListener problem: Each request is received twice    stackoverflow.com

I have implemented an asynchronous http listener in c#. I followed the tutorial provided here by Microsoft and found another tutorial which i stupidly not bookmarked and now can't find ...

4. Java: How to issue an http request asynchronously?    stackoverflow.com

I've been searching around trying to find a straightforward solution to submitting an http request asynchronously in java, but haven't had any luck. I actually don't even care about the response ...

5. URLFetchServiceFactory? Asynchronous http request??    coderanch.com

Hi all, I need to implement a class like the one available in the com.google.appengine.api.urlfetch.URLFetchServiceFactory package. I also need to implement a class to make asynchronous http request. I was trying to get some ideas how to implement and all by searching the source code of those classes. Somehow, I coud not find ones. Can you guys help me out on ...

6. Sending asynchronous http POST requests    coderanch.com

the HTTP protocol dictates that there will a response, but it may not be the response that you want eg the response is sent immediately but the server has not finished processing yet. HTTP requires the client to pull information, therefore (typically) the client would then need to poll the server waiting for the real response to be sent from the ...

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