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httpie - Modern command line HTTP client – user-friendly curl alternative with intuitive UI, JSON support, syntax highlighting, wget-like downloads, extensions, etc

HTTPie (pronounced aitch-tee-tee-pie) is a command line HTTP client. Its goal is to make CLI interaction with web services as human-friendly as possible. It provides a simple http command that allows for sending arbitrary HTTP requests using a simple and natural syntax, and displays colorized output. HTTPie can be used for testing, debugging, and generally interacting with HTTP servers.Although Python 2.6 and 2.7 are supported as well, it is recommended to install HTTPie against the latest Python 3.x whenever possible. That will ensure that some of the newer HTTP features, such as SNI (Server Name Indication), work out of the box. Python 3 is the default for Homebrew installations starting with version 0.9.4. To see which version HTTPie uses, run http --debug.

anaconda - A Go client library for the Twitter 1.1 API

Anaconda is a simple, transparent Go package for accessing version 1.1 of the Twitter API.Successful API queries return native Go structs that can be used immediately, with no need for type assertions.

facepy - Facepy makes it really easy to use Facebook's Graph API

Facepy can do more than reading your latest posts and posting photographs of parrots, but you'll have to read the documentation to find out how. Please note that Facepy does not do authentication with Facebook; it only consumes its API. To get an access token to consume the API on behalf of a user, use a suitable OAuth library for your platform (if you're using Django, for example, you might use Fandjango).

alpaca - Given a web API, Generate client libraries in node, php, python, ruby

You define your API according to the format given below, alpaca builds the API libraries along with their documentation. All you have to do is publishing them to their respective package managers. Join us at gitter if you need any help.

sbt-docker - Create Docker images directly from sbt

sbt-docker is an sbt plugin that builds and pushes Docker images for your project.sbt-docker is an auto plugin, this means that sbt version 0.13.5 or higher is required.

bitly - A Ruby wrapper for the bit.ly API

Bitly recently released their version 3 API. From this 0.5.0 release, the gem will continue to work the same but also provide a V3 module, using the version 3 API. The standard module will become deprecated, as Bitly do not plan to keep the version 2 API around forever. Then, when you call Bitly.new(username, api_key) you will get a Bitly::V3::Client instead, which provides the version 3 api calls (shorten, expand, clicks, validate and bitly_pro_domain). See http://dev.bitly.com for details.

uplink - A Declarative HTTP Client for Python

Uplink turns your HTTP API into a Python class. Build an instance to interact with the webservice.

docker-it-scala - Docker integration testing kit with Scala

Set of utility classes to make integration testing with dockerised services in Scala easy.You can read about reasoning behind it at Finely Distributed.

pywikibot - 🤖 A Python library that interfaces with the MediaWiki API

The Pywikibot framework is a Python library that interfaces with the MediaWiki API version 1.14 or higher.Also included are various general function scripts that can be adapted for different tasks.

pyark - CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault API CLI tool

Pyark is a small python-based CLI tool, which allows you to interact with the CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault API.Furthermore it's important to know which version of the CyberArk Password Vault is used as only the newest versions expose all API endpoints. Make sure to double check the API documentation, specific for your version, in case the tool fails to interact with the API.

travis-ruby-client - Ruby client library for Travis CI API

Ruby client for the Travis CI API, version 3.Note that it does conflict with travis.rb at the moment, as both of them add a travis/client file. It is highly recommended to use Bundler to avoid accidentally loading the wrong gem in your scripts.

closeio-api - Python API Client for Close.io

A convenient Python wrapper for the Close.io API.Check out https://github.com/closeio/closeio-api-scripts for helpful scripts already written to accomplish some common tasks.

xing-android-sdk - The Official XING API client for Java/Android

Add all the power of the XING platform to your app.This library provides a java implementation of a network layer infrastructure required to access the XING Web Services. It's center class the XingApi allows users to access resources that reflect the XING API public, documentation for which can be found here.

chapi - chronos & marathon console client - Manage your jobs like a git repository

Chronos and marathon api client for your console.It is possible to use either of the systems independently or both at once.

tas-sdk-php - trivago Affiliate Suite SDK for webservice communication

For a quick start please try out the example, which can be found in the /example folder and see the readme there.Here is a small code snippet that shows how to query locations.

go-sentry-api - A go client for the sentry api https://sentry.io/api/

This is a library that implements a client in go for the sentry api. It supports all the endpoints and can do a good bit. For a full reference you can check the godoc link above.To run tests you can setup a local sentry instance via docker. There is a makefile command called make devenv which will setup all of the containers.

jslack - jSlack is a Java library to easily integrate your operations with Slack

jSlack is a Java library to easily integrate your operations with Slack. Currently, this library supports the following APIs.Check the latest version on the Maven Central repository.