Methods in HTTP request
There are nine methods used in the HTTP requests. They are classified under two categories called safe methods and idempotent methods. Idempotent methods cause side effects on the server and Safe methods are less harmful.
HEAD, GET, OPTIONS, TRACE are the safe methods. Because these methods only get information from the server and does not change the sever states.
POST, PUT , DELETE these methods may cause sever side effects.
Get request for the contents of specified page or representation of specified page. We can use conditions in retrieval of contents.
Head methods requests for the header information for a given URL. So it wont cause any effect in server.
Options method returns the methods available to the current URL.
OPTIONS * HTTP/1.1
Trace method returns the received request, it is used to track the request originality.
Post method send data to be used in server side. that can be manipulated in server.
Modifies the representation of the specified URL components.
Deletes the representation of the specified URL components.
Used for partial modifications
Used for switch dynamically to a network tunnel.
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