tesla - The flexible HTTP client library for Elixir, with support for middleware and multiple adapters

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Tesla is an HTTP client loosely based on Faraday. It embraces the concept of middleware when processing the request/response cycle. Note that this README refers to the master branch of Tesla, not the latest released version on Hex. See the documentation for the documentation of the version you're using.

https://github.com/teamon/tesla

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