What do you guys recommend to surf the web?

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Hey You, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. Hey You

    Hey You Guest

    I starting learning how to use sockets but a lot of people are
    complaining why I don't use something else so I was wondering which is
    another way to surf the web? Remember I want a fast way to surf the web,
    ideally a way as fast as a socket.

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    Hey You, Apr 11, 2007
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    Drew Olson Guest

    Hey You wrote:
    > I starting learning how to use sockets but a lot of people are
    > complaining why I don't use something else so I was wondering which is
    > another way to surf the web? Remember I want a fast way to surf the web,
    > ideally a way as fast as a socket.


    A web browser?

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    Drew Olson, Apr 11, 2007
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  3. Hey You

    Hey You Guest

    Drew Olson wrote:
    > Hey You wrote:
    >> I starting learning how to use sockets but a lot of people are
    >> complaining why I don't use something else so I was wondering which is
    >> another way to surf the web? Remember I want a fast way to surf the web,
    >> ideally a way as fast as a socket.

    >
    > A web browser?

    No. I mean like an http client like Net:HTTP or something.

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    Hey You, Apr 11, 2007
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    Chris Carter Guest

    On 4/11/07, Hey You <> wrote:
    > Drew Olson wrote:
    > > Hey You wrote:
    > >> I starting learning how to use sockets but a lot of people are
    > >> complaining why I don't use something else so I was wondering which is
    > >> another way to surf the web? Remember I want a fast way to surf the web,
    > >> ideally a way as fast as a socket.

    > >
    > > A web browser?

    > No. I mean like an http client like Net:HTTP or something.
    >
    > --
    > Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
    >
    >

    Net::HTTP is the standard. RFuzz also comes with a pretty good HTTP
    client. I think there is one called Net::Simple or Simple::HTTP too.

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    Chris Carter
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    Chris Carter, Apr 11, 2007
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  5. On 12.04.2007 00:11, Hey You wrote:
    > I starting learning how to use sockets but a lot of people are
    > complaining why I don't use something else so I was wondering which is
    > another way to surf the web? Remember I want a fast way to surf the web,
    > ideally a way as fast as a socket.


    I think you should probably read some introductory material on
    networking, sockets in particular and HTTP before you go on with this. I
    have the feeling that you still have some misconceptions about these
    terms. You'll find plenty of stuff on this on the web, try wikipedia
    for a start. My 0.02EUR

    Kind regards

    robert
     
    Robert Klemme, Apr 12, 2007
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