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A simple HTTP client, with tools for making HTTP requests, and mocking HTTP requests. The package is built on R6, and takes inspiration from Ruby's 'faraday' gem (< https://rubygems.org/gems/faraday>). The package name is a play on curl, the widely used command line tool for HTTP, and this package is built on top of the R package 'curl', an interface to 'libcurl' (< https://curl.se/libcurl/>).
Record 'HTTP' Calls to Disk
Record test suite 'HTTP' requests and replays them during future runs. A port of the Ruby gem of the same name (< https://github.com/vcr/vcr/>). Works by hooking into the 'webmockr' R package for matching 'HTTP' requests by various rules ('HTTP' method, 'URL', query parameters, headers, body, etc.), and then caching real 'HTTP' responses on disk in 'cassettes'. Subsequent 'HTTP' requests matching any previous requests in the same 'cassette' use a cached 'HTTP' response.
Stubbing and Setting Expectations on 'HTTP' Requests
Stubbing and setting expectations on 'HTTP' requests. Includes tools for stubbing 'HTTP' requests, including expected request conditions and response conditions. Match on 'HTTP' method, query parameters, request body, headers and more. Can be used for unit tests or outside of a testing context.
HTTP Error Helpers
HTTP error helpers. Methods included for general purpose HTTP error handling, as well as individual methods for every HTTP status code, both via status code numbers as well as their descriptive names. Supports ability to adjust behavior to stop, message or warning. Includes ability to use custom whisker template to have any configuration of status code, short description, and verbose message. Currently supports integration with 'crul', 'curl', and 'httr'.
'Entrez' in R
Provides an R interface to the NCBI's 'EUtils' API, allowing users to search databases like 'GenBank' < https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genbank/> and 'PubMed' < https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/>, process the results of those searches and pull data into their R sessions.
'HTTP' Status Code Helper
Find and explain the meaning of 'HTTP' status codes. Functions included for searching for codes by full or partial number, by message, and get appropriate dog and cat images for many status codes.
Work with 'GitHub' 'Gists'
Work with 'GitHub' 'gists' from 'R' (e.g., < https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GitHub#Gist>, < https://docs.github.com/en/github/writing-on-github/creating-gists/>). A 'gist' is simply one or more files with code/text/images/etc. This package allows the user to create new 'gists', update 'gists' with new files, rename files, delete files, get and delete 'gists', star and 'un-star' 'gists', fork 'gists', open a 'gist' in your default browser, get embed code for a 'gist', list 'gist' 'commits', and get rate limit information when 'authenticated'. Some requests require authentication and some do not. 'Gists' website: < https://gist.github.com/>.
Client for Various 'CrossRef' 'APIs'
Client for various 'CrossRef' 'APIs', including 'metadata' search with their old and newer search 'APIs', get 'citations' in various formats (including 'bibtex', 'citeproc-json', 'rdf-xml', etc.), convert 'DOIs' to 'PMIDs', and 'vice versa', get citations for 'DOIs', and get links to full text of articles when available.
Interface to the Global 'Biodiversity' Information Facility API
A programmatic interface to the Web Service methods provided by the Global Biodiversity Information Facility ('GBIF'; < https://www.gbif.org/developer/summary>). 'GBIF' is a database of species occurrence records from sources all over the globe. 'rgbif' includes functions for searching for taxonomic names, retrieving information on data providers, getting species occurrence records, getting counts of occurrence records, and using the 'GBIF' tile map service to make 'rasters' summarizing huge amounts of data.
Convert Between 'WKT' and 'GeoJSON'
Convert 'WKT' to 'GeoJSON' and 'GeoJSON' to 'WKT'. Functions included for converting between 'GeoJSON' to 'WKT', creating both 'GeoJSON' features, and non-features, creating 'WKT' from R objects (e.g., lists, data.frames, vectors), and linting 'WKT'.