Consumes the content supplied by a POST or PUT request.
Permits to compute a http session secret per user or per session.
Participates in the dispatching process for incoming HTTP requests.
Provides a way to support websockets for the built-in web server.
Adds support for HTTP pipelining by ensuring that only requests are passed on, after a response for the last request was sent.
Represents a range of IP addresses in CIDR notation.
Represents a set of IP ranges.
Guesses mime types based on file extensions.
Represents a response which is used to reply to a HTTP request.
Provides access to a request received by the WebServer.
Responsible for setting up and starting netty as HTTP server.
Updates the measured bandwidth of all open http(s) connections.
Created per active websocket by a
Used to specify the source of a server session
Determines how the web server should participate in the microtiming framework.
To participate in request handling, provide an implementation for
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