Method HttpClient():afterSend() Foundation
Notifies the application when a response is received.
:afterSend() --> self
:afterSend() should return the object executing the method.
The callback method :afterSend() is called automatically by the framework to indicate to the application that the server's response is received while processing a HTTP request initiated using :send() or :sendAsync(). The response is available through the HttpResponse object stored in the :HttpResponse member variable.
The :afterSend() method implemented in the HTTP client class does nothing. It is introduced here for overriding in derived classes.
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