Digging Deeper Into HTTP

  • GET — The client is requesting to fetch a resource from a web server.
  • POST — The client is requesting to add data to the web server.
  • PUT — The client is requesting to edit information that is on the web server.
  • DELETE — The client is requesting to remove data from the web server.

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