Tag: HTTP
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Posts of Tag: HTTP
  1. POST HTTP Request in React

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction When working with APIs we oftentimes want to send data to the server for processing. For example, if we have a list of to-dos and want to add to it, perhaps...Learn More
    JavaScriptReactHTTPPost
  2. Sending PUT HTTP Requests with Axios

    Introduction Axios is a JavaScript library for making HTTP requests, either in the browser or Node.js. Unlike the popular Requests library, Axios is natively promise-based, making it more suitable for modern ap...Learn More
    JavaScriptNodejsAxiosHTTP
  3. How to Get and Parse HTTP POST Body in Flask - JSON and Form Data

    Introduction Flask is a great micro-framework for Web Development in Python, and allows you to be extremely minimal. A working REST API can be served up in seconds through a few lines of code: from flask import...Learn More
    PythonWebsiteJsonHTTPFormflaskPost
  4. Guide to Sending HTTP Requests in Python with urllib3

    Introduction Resources on the Web are located under some kind of web-address (even if they're not accessible), oftentimes referred to as a URL (Uniform Resource Locator). These resources are, most of the time, ...Learn More
    PythonHTTP
  5. How to Return HTTP Status Codes in a Spring Boot Application

    Introduction All Software Engineers that rely on external/third-party services or tools over HTTP would like to know whether their requests have been accepted, and if not - what's going on. Your role as an API ...Learn More
    JavaHTTPSpringSpring Boot
  6. How to Tunnel HTTP with SSH

    How to Tunnel HTTP with SSH Tunneling your traffic is the process of sending data, like HTTP, over a different protocol. In this case, we'll show you how to send your browser traffic over the SSH protocol. So w...Learn More
    HTTPsshfirefoxchrome
  7. How to Send HTTP Requests in Java

    How to Send HTTP Requests in Java Introduction Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application-layer protocol, which without exaggeration, is pretty much is the backbone of Internet browsing as we know it....Learn More
    HTMLJavaHTTP
  8. Making Asynchronous HTTP Requests in JavaScript with Axios

    Making Asynchronous HTTP Requests in JavaScript with Axios Introduction Axios is a Promised-based JavaScript library that is used to send HTTP requests. You can think of it as an alternative to JavaScript's nat...Learn More
    JavaScriptNodejsAxiosHTTPasynchronous
  9. How to Upload Files with Python's requests Library

    How to Upload Files with Python's requests Library Introduction Python is supported by many libraries which simplify data transfer over HTTP. The requests library is one of the most popular Python packages as i...Learn More
    PythonHTTP
  10. Making HTTP Requests in Node.js with node-fetch

    Making HTTP Requests in Node.js with node-fetch Introduction A web application often needs to communicate with web servers to get various resources. You might need to fetch data from or post data to an external...Learn More
    JavaScriptNodejsHTTPtool
  11. Using fetch to Send HTTP Requests in JavaScript

    Using fetch to Send HTTP Requests in JavaScript Introduction JavaScript's Fetch API allows us to send HTTP requests. It's been a standard part of JavaScript since ECMAScript 2015 (commonly known as ES6) was int...Learn More
    JavaScriptHTTPBrowseres6
  12. Implementing User Authentication the Right Way

    Implementing User Authentication the Right Way Introduction Writing about Passport.js the other day got me thinking about how authentication actually works, and more importantly how many ways it can go wrong. T...Learn More
    SecurityHTTP