Sunday, 10 April 2016

What is purpose of different HTTP Request Types in RESTful Web Service?

RESTful web services heavily rely on HTTP by design. They use different HTTP methods to perform their job and uses HTTP response code to inform clients about success or failure of a particular request. REST stands for Representational State transfer and it uses HTTP to allow two systems to communicate via remote calls. RESTFul web services is a collection of REST URI which points to resources. These URI can point to a single resource of a collection of resource. For example, you would expect /employee/101 to contain details employee with 101 and /employees to return a list of all employees. In RESTFul web service, HTTP request types signify the action to take for the resource.
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