By now, you know that most of the features from this library are added as plugins.
Plugins are nothing but a pattern following a known convention. In order for you to write a plugin, you need to create a module and register it (we suggest you to put it under “lib/httpx/plugins” in your project):
# lib/httpx/plugins/custom.rb module HTTPX::Plugins module Custom ... end register :custom, Custom end
Once you have it, when loaded, your plugin will:
All of these steps are optional.
You’re kindly invited to look at the implementations of the plugins to understand how this is done.