rclient - Simple, no-nonsense REST client for Go applications

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RClient is a Go package for interacting with REST APIs. While it is often recommended to just use the standard Go library when interacting with an API, this all-to-often leads to duplicate code across different projects. While there are already great Go rest clients out there (sling, resty, etc.), I find their design to be either too verbose or inflexible. RClient is my attempt to make a Go rest client that is simple, flexible, and small.The built-in request options are described below.

https://github.com/zpatrick/rclient

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