JXHTTP is a networking library SDK for iOS and OS X. It leverages operation queues and GCD to provide a powerful wrapper for Cocoa's built-in NSURLConnection object, adding many useful features like block response objects and progress tracking across multiple requests. It strives to be as lightweight and readable as possible, making it easy to use or customize for advanced behavior. It is now deprecated.
Its primary SDK category is Networking and it's used by iOS apps.
Looking at download trends over the last month, the most popular iOS apps that use JXHTTP are:
Using this information, it appears that JXHTTP is Not Popular among iOS app developers.
Moreover, over the last 30 days, JXHTTP has been…
- Installed on 1 iOS apps.
- Deleted from 4 iOS apps.
It's especially popular among iOS apps in the following genres: Social Networking and Photo & Video.
SDKs that are similar to JXHTTP:
- ASIHTTPRequest in the Networking category
- AlamofireObjectMapper in the Networking category
- OMGHTTPURLRQ in the Networking category
- OHHTTPStubs in the Networking category
- RestKit in the Networking category
- AFNetworking-Synchronous in the Networking category
- Simple Framework in the Networking category
- ZFDownload in the Networking category
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