Uses of Package

Packages that use org.springframework.http
Contains a basic abstraction over client/server-side HTTP.
Contains an abstraction over client-side HTTP.
Abstractions for reactive HTTP client support including ClientHttpRequest and ClientHttpResponse as well as a ClientHttpConnector.
This package provides generic HTTP support classes, to be used by higher-level classes like RestTemplate.
Provides implementations of Encoder and Decoder for web use.
JSON encoder and decoder support.
Multipart support.
Provides an encoder and a decoder for Google Protocol Buffers.
Provides an HttpMessageConverter abstraction to convert between Java objects and HTTP input/output messages.
Provides HttpMessageConverter implementations for handling Atom and RSS feeds.
Provides HttpMessageConverter implementations for handling JSON.
Provides an HttpMessageConverter implementation for handling Google Protocol Buffers.
Provides HttpMessageConverter implementations for handling XML.
Contains an abstraction over server-side HTTP.
Abstractions for reactive HTTP server support including a ServerHttpRequest and ServerHttpResponse along with an HttpHandler for processing.
Mock implementations of client/server-side HTTP abstractions.
Mock implementations of client-side HTTP abstractions.
Mock implementations of reactive HTTP client contracts.
Mock implementations of reactive HTTP server contracts.
A comprehensive set of Servlet API 6.0 mock objects, targeted at usage with Spring's Web MVC framework.
Mock objects for the functional web framework.
Contains client-side REST testing support.
Contains built-in RequestMatcher implementations.
Contains built-in ResponseCreator implementations.
Support for testing Spring WebFlux server endpoints via WebTestClient.
Support for testing Spring MVC applications via WebTestClient with MockMvc for server request handling.
Contains built-in RequestBuilder implementations.
Contains built-in ResultMatcher and ResultHandler implementations.
Common, generic interfaces that define minimal boundary points between Spring's web infrastructure and other framework modules.
This package contains classes used to determine the requested the media types in a request.
Provides web-specific data binding functionality.
Annotations for binding requests to controllers and handler methods as well as for binding request parameters to method arguments.
Core package of the client-side web support.
Support for generic request context holding, in particular for scoping of application objects per HTTP request or HTTP session.
Support for asynchronous request processing.
Support for CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing), based on a common CorsProcessor strategy.
Reactive support for CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing), based on a common CorsProcessor strategy.
Provides generic filter base classes allowing for bean-style configuration.
Common infrastructure for handler method processing, as used by Spring MVC's org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.method package.
Generic support classes for handler method processing.
Multipart resolution framework for handling file uploads.
Support classes for the multipart resolution framework.
RequestedContentTypeResolver strategy and implementations to resolve the requested content type for a given request.
Spring WebFlux configuration infrastructure.
Provides a foundation for both the reactive client and server subpackages.
Provides a reactive WebClient that builds on top of the org.springframework.http.client.reactive reactive HTTP adapter layer.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.web.reactive.function.client package.
Provides the types that make up Spring's functional web framework for Reactive environments.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.web.reactive.function.server package.
Provides HandlerMapping implementations including abstract base classes.
Support classes for serving static resources.
Support for various programming model styles including the invocation of different types of handlers, e.g.
RequestCondition and implementations for matching requests based on different criteria.
Infrastructure for annotation-based handler method processing.
Support for result handling through view resolution.
Support classes for the integration of FreeMarker as Spring web view technology.
Support classes for views based on the JSR-223 script engine abstraction (as included in Java 6+), e.g.
Abstractions and support classes for reactive WebSocket interactions.
Client support for WebSocket interactions.
Core interfaces and classes for Spring's generic, reactive web support.
Provides common WebHandler implementations and a WebHandlerDecorator.
Auxiliary interfaces and implementation classes for WebSession support.
Support for creating a client proxy for an HTTP service annotated with HttpExchange methods.
Provides servlets that integrate with the application context infrastructure, and the core interfaces and classes for the Spring web MVC framework.
Annotation-based setup for Spring MVC.
Provides the types that make up Spring's functional web framework for Servlet environments.
Standard controller implementations for the Servlet MVC framework that comes with Spring.
Common MVC logic for matching incoming requests based on conditions.
MVC infrastructure for annotation-based handler method processing, building on the org.springframework.web.method.annotation package.
Support classes for serving static resources.
Support classes for Spring's web MVC framework.
Provides standard View and ViewResolver implementations, including abstract base classes for custom implementations.
Common abstractions and Spring configuration support for WebSocket applications.
Adapter classes for the Jetty WebSocket API.
Adapter classes for the standard Jakarta WebSocket API.
Client-side abstractions for WebSocket applications.
Client-side support for the Jetty WebSocket API.
Client-side classes for use with standard Jakarta WebSocket endpoints.
Convenient WebSocketHandler implementations and decorators.
SockJS client implementation of WebSocketClient.
Support classes for SockJS including an AbstractSockJsService implementation.
Server-side support for SockJS transports including TransportHandler implementations for processing incoming requests, their session counterparts for sending messages over the various transports, and DefaultSockJsService.
TransportHandler implementation classes as well as a concrete SockJsService.
SockJS specific implementations of WebSocketSession.
Miscellaneous web utility classes, such as HTML escaping and cookie handling.