submit-data tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [submit-data] keyword
POST Request Example
An example of making an HTTP POST request to the server. In this POST request example, the Content-Type request header indicates the media type of the POST body, and the Content-Length request header indicates the size of the data in the POST request body.

PUT Request Example
An example of sending an HTTP PUT request to the server. In this PUT request example, the Content-Type request header indicates the media type of the PUT request body, and the Content-Length request header indicates the size of the data in the PUT message.

Curl PATCH JSON String
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 PUT JSON Example
An example of Curl command for updating a resource on the server by sending a PUT request with JSON data to the REST API endpoint. The Content-Type: application/json request header specifies the media type of the resource in the HTTP PUT message body.

PATCH Request Example
An example of sending a PATCH request to the REST API endpoint. The 'Accept: application/json' request header tells the server that the client expects JSON media type. The 'Content-Type: application/json' request header indicates the media type of the resource in the request body.

PUT JSON Example
An example of sending an HTTP PUT request with JSON data to a REST API endpoint. The Accept: application/json request header tells the server that the client is expecting JSON data. The Content-Type: application/json request header specifies the media type of the resource in the HTTP PUT message body.

curl -d
An example of sending data to the server with Curl. The data is passed with the -d command-line parameter. In this curl -d example, the -H command-line option explicitly specifies the content type in the request body.