http-method tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [http-method] keyword
HTTP DELETE Method
The HTTP DELETE method is used to delete a resource from the server. Unlike GET and HEAD requests, the DELETE requests may change the server state.
http-method http-request delete-request

HTTP POST Method
The HTTP POST method is used to create or add a resource on the server.
http-method http-request post-request

HTTP GET Method
The HTTP GET method is used to retrieve a resource from the server. The GET request is idempotent and safe.
http-method http-request get-json get-xml get-request

HTTP PUT Method
The HTTP PUT method is used to update an existing resource on the server, while the POST method creates or adds a resource on the server.
http-method http-request put-request

HTTP HEAD Method
The HTTP HEAD method is used to retrieve HTTP headers from the server. The server does not return the message body in the response.
http-method http-request head-request

HTTP OPTIONS Method
The HTTP OPTIONS method describes the communication options for the target resource. Browsers use OPTIONS as a 'preflight' request to send data to another domain.
http-method http-request cors options-request

HTTP PATCH Method
The HTTP PATCH method applies partial modifications to existing resources, unlike the HTTP PUT that performs a complete replacement of resources.
http-method http-request patch-request

HTTP Methods for CRUD Operations
The CRUD-based REST API maps CRUD operations to HTTP verbs in the following format: POST - create or add a resource, GET - request a resource, PUT - update an existing resource, PATCH - make partial changes and DELETE - delete a resource.
crud http-method rest-api

HTTP Methods
The HTTP method indicates the action that the request wants to perform on the requested resource.
http-method http-request http-protocol

HTTP TRACE Method
The HTTP TRACE method is used to debug web server connections by returning the full HTTP request to the client for proxy-debugging purposes.
http-method trace-request http-request