The Traffic Inspector works with any HTTP client library in any language or framework by using a Gateway URL in your code. Here are some examples using popular HTTP clients with Gateway URLs in your code.
Languages and Frameworks
- Android (HttpClient, HttpURLConnection, OkHttp)
- C# / .NET (HttpClient, HttpWebRequest, RestSharp)
- Go (net/http)
- Java (Apache HttpClient)
- Objective-C / iOS (NSURLConnection, AFNetworking, RestKit, ASIHTTPRequest)
- PHP (curl, Guzzle, Requests for PHP, Zend_Rest_Client, Zend HTTP Client)
- Python (Requests, urllib2)
- Ruby (HTTParty, Net::HTTP, Typheous, Faraday)
API-specific SDKs and Client Libraries
Because Runscope only requires you to update the URL, using a library isn't strictly necessary. But it can be convenient. Here are some official and community-contributed libraries that make creating Gateway URLs a breeze.
requests-runscope: automatically send your Requests for Python requests through Runscope with this Transport Adapter.
iOS / Objective-C
Runscope-iOS (Hung Truong): A subclass of NSMutableURLRequest that automagically changes your API requests to Runscope requests.
runscope-rb (Chris Warren): Ruby gem to automatically create Gateway URLs for requests using Net::HTTP.
RunscopeMessageHandler (Darrel Miller): Runscope Message Handler for use with System.Net.Http.HttpClient