curl-json tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [curl-json] keyword
How do I POST JSON with Curl?
To post JSON data using Curl, you need to set the Content-Type of your request to application/json. This is done using the -H "Content-Type: application/json" command line parameter. JSON data is passed with the curl -d command line option. Double quotes in JSON are escaped with \". Click Run to execute Curl POST JSON example online and see results.

How do I get JSON with Curl?
To get JSON with Curl, you need to make a GET request and provide the Accept: application/json request header. The 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 data. If you do not provide this request header, the server may respond with a different MIME type than JSON. The server specifies the returned data type with the Content-Type response header.

Curl PATCH Request With JSON
An example of a Curl command for sending a PATCH request with JSON data to the REST API endpoint. In this HTTP PATCH request example, the Content-Type request header indicates the media type of the PATCH request. The JSON data is passed with the Curl -d command-line parameter.

Curl JSON Request Example
An example of sending JSON data using Curl. JSON is passed with the -d command-line option. Double quotes in JSON are escaped with \ ". When sending JSON using Curl, the -H "Content-Type: application/json" command line parameter is important and tells the server the media type of the resource in the request body.