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Description: HTTP Protocol Tester
Download: aget.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 5Mb
Version: 0.1
Date: 11 Nov 23
Author: C. Hahn
Email: carlo/plagimusicali net
Requirements: AROS x86 ABIv0
Category: network
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 2758
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 0
Videos: 0
Downloads: 24  (Current version)
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About AGet (Not to be confused with Commando AGet similar WGet)

AGet is a simple application for testing HTTP servers, web based applications 
and API's by sending plain HTTP protocol requests to a server. 

To start a request, just enter the target URL and the request method.

Installing AGet

This package includes binaries for AmigaOS 4.x, AmigaOS 3.x, MorphOS and 
AROS x86 (API v0). Just copy the needed executable to any target directory.

AGet is developed using the Hollywood programming language. Therefore AGet is 
also being delivered as Hollywood app. The AGet app is a lot smaller than 
the compiled version but requires the Hollywood player to be installed.

AGet uses the MUIRoyale plugin for Hollywood which needs to be installed on
your system.


AGet is freeware and can be used on your own risk without any restrictions.


- I need feature X. Can you implement this?

If AGet is useful for you and you feel there is a feature missing, please 
send me an EMail. This is an early development version. So feature requests 
are always welcome. Still keep in mind, that this applications should remain 
simple and easy to use.

- My server/website/API only runs on HTTPS. Will you support OpenSLL?

Well.. This depends. It might be possible to use OpenSSL some way through 
Hollywood. If this is your request, please let me know. I will have a look 
on it in future.

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