Faraday Adapter

If you’re using faraday for your http-related interactions, you can now use httpx seamlessly as a backend.

For that, you just have to require "httpx/adapters/faraday" and set :httpx as the adapter.

Below is an example of using httpx with the stripe-ruby gem, which uses faraday (and the net-http-pipeline backend) by default:

require "httpx/adapters/faraday"
require "stripe"

Stripe.api_key = "your key"

conn = Faraday.new do |builder|
  builder.use Faraday::Request::Multipart
  builder.use Faraday::Request::UrlEncoded
  builder.use Faraday::Response::RaiseError

  builder.adapter :httpx

client = Stripe::StripeClient.new(conn)

    amount: 100,
    currency: "usd",
    source: "src_123"
  }, {client: client})


The faraday adapter uses the compression and persistent plugins by default. If you know of any cases where this might be an impediment, or you’d like to suggest more default plugins for it, do let me know.

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