cookies tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [cookies] keyword
Send CORS Request with Credentials with Curl
This page demonstrates a Curl command to send a CORS request with the Origin header and HTTP cookies (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing request).
curl cors origin-header cookies credentials authorization

GET Request with Cookies in Header
This page shows how to send a GET request with HTTP cookies in the request header.
get-request cookies request-header get-method

Curl Command with Cookies in Header
This page shows how to send a Curl request with HTTP cookies in the request header.
curl cookies get-request request-header get-method

Send CORS Request with Credentials
This page demonstrates how to send a CORS request with the Origin header and HTTP cookies in the header (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing request).
cors credentials origin-header cookies get-request get-method

GET Request with Cookies in header to get JSON
This page shows how to send a GET request with HTTP cookies in the header to get JSON. Try it yourself with ReqBin online HTTP Client.
get-request cookies json http-headers get-method rest-api request-header

GET Request with Cookie Header
This page shows how to send a GET request with the HTTP Cookie header. Try it yourself with the ReqBin online HTTP client.
get-request http-headers cookies get-method request-header

HTTP Cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on a user's computer by a web browser.
set-cookie cookies http-protocol

Response Header: Set-Cookie
The Set-Cookie HTTP response header sends cookies from the server to the user agent. A server sends a Set-Cookie header with the response when it receives an HTTP request.
cookies set-cookie http-headers

Set-Cookie Header
The server sends cookies to the browser by adding the "Set-Cookie: cookie-name = cookie-value" HTTP header to the response. The browser saves cookies on the user's computer, and then sends them back to the server by adding the "Cookie: saved-cookie" header to the request.
http-headers cookies set-cookie