Spring WebFlux includes a client to perform HTTP requests with.
WebClient has a
functional, fluent API based on Reactor, see Reactive Libraries,
which enables declarative composition of asynchronous logic without the need to deal with
threads or concurrency. It is fully non-blocking, it supports streaming, and relies on
the same codecs that are also used to encode and
decode request and response content on the server side.
WebClient needs an HTTP client library to perform requests with. There is built-in
support for the following: