The Google Toolbox for Mac HTTP Fetcher is a set of classes to simplify http operations in Cocoa applications.
When would you use the fetcher?
* When you just want a result from one or more requests without writing much networking code
* When you want the "standard" behavior for connections, such as redirection handling
* When you want automatic retry on failures
* When you want to avoid cookie collisions with Safari and other applications
* When you may be requesting the same resource repeatedly, and want to minimize network traffic
* When you want a convenient log of http requests and responses
* When you need to set a credential for the http operation
Once you have installed Mycroft per the instructions above, you can
inspect items from the repl in a browser. Try:
(inspect alter) to inspect a Clojure var
(inspect java.lang.String) to inspect a Java class
(inspect (+ 1 2)) to inspect an arbitrary expression
You can also try browsing to the following urls:
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