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hyper

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A fast and correct HTTP implementation for Rust.

  • HTTP/1 and HTTP/2
  • Asynchronous design
  • Leading in performance
  • Tested and correct
  • Extensive production use
  • Client and Server APIs

Get started by looking over the guides.

"Low-level"

hyper is a relatively low-level library, meant to be a building block for libraries and applications.

If you are looking for a convenient HTTP client, then you may wish to consider reqwest. If you are looking for a convenient HTTP server, then you may wish to consider warp. Both are built on top of this library.

Contributing

To get involved, take a look at CONTRIBUTING.

There are two main avenues for real-time chatting about hyper: a Gitter room and irc.mozilla.org/hyper. They are mirrored, so choose whichever format you prefer.

License

hyper is provided under the MIT license. See LICENSE.

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