• Nikky

    Nikky

    2 years ago
    is okhttp multiplatform yet ?
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  • Nikky

    Nikky

    2 years ago
    you mean, have it run on top of the multiplatform ktor-client ? that would be dope
    Nikky
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  • itnoles

    itnoles

    2 years ago
    @Nikky com.github.kittinunf.fuel:fuel:3.x-SNAPSHOT is available in jitpack to test.
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  • itnoles

    itnoles

    2 years ago
    Does anyone here know how to test for ktor?
    itnoles
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  • Nikky

    Nikky

    2 years ago
    on a new small project i have the optio to use ktor-client or fuel how is fuel with websockets ?
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  • Nikky

    Nikky

    2 years ago
    i think that would be good
    Nikky
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    Brett Best

    2 years ago
    Hey @kittinunf is it possible to call async functions in an response interceptor?
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  • LeoColman

    LeoColman

    1 year ago
    Hi! Is it possible to ignore the
    request, response, result
    stuff and go directly to the result part?
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    Ncrnomarkovic

    1 year ago
    1st time using Fuel to make an http request and parse it into an object using the following tutorial: https://medium.com/@paul.allies/kotlin-http-get-with-deserialization-with-fuel-12691904e30b I don't understand the part about Gson. Looks like I don't have it defined in my gradle. Is this article's implementation the way to go? Is Fuel a good networking and parsing library? Advice appreciated - thank you
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    Tony Mykhaylovsky
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    pgreze

    1 year ago
    Hi @kittinunf , I need your help about an
    OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
    I’m facing. I’m trying to download a file and write its content in a file like that:
    val result = location.httpGet().response()
    destination.writeBytes(result.third.get())
    Is there some built-in helper in order to help avoiding memory issues? thx in advance 🙏
    p
    kittinunf
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