curl-get tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [curl-get] keyword
Curl Get URL
An example of getting a URL with Curl. The target URL is passed as the second command line parameter. Curl automatically selects the GET method to use unless the -X, --request, and -d command-line options are used. The Accept: */* header is automatically added by Curl to the request header.

Curl GET JSON Example
An example of a Curl command to get JSON from the server. The Accept: application/json request header is passed to the server with the curl -H command-line option and tells the server that the client is expecting JSON. The server indicates that it has returned JSON data with a Content-Type: application/json response header.

Curl GET XML Example
An example of a Curl command to get and an XML data from the API endpoint. The Accept: application/xml request header tells the server that the client expects an XML response. The Content-Type: application/xml response header informs the client that the server returned an XML string.

Curl GET Request
An example of making a GET request using Curl. Curl automatically selects the GET method unless the -X, --request, or -d command-line options are passed. The target URL is passed as the first command-line parameter. The second command-line parameter tells the server that the Curl client is expecting JSON.

Curl GET Example
An example of Curl GET request. In this Curl GET example, the HTTP GET method is specified with the -X GET command line parameter, and the target URL is passed as the last command line parameter. For this Curl GET example, the -X GET parameter is optional because Curl automatically selects the GET method unless the -X, --request, and -d command-line options are used.