What is HTTP POST Request?

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1 minute read HTTP POST request is used for sending data to a server. You can use POST requests for upload a file or submitting a web form, make sure that the receiving application agrees on the format. Additional headers are sent with the POST request: Content-Type: header which is usually application/x-www-form-urlencoded and the Content-Length: header gives the… Read more »

What is a HTTP GET Request?

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1 minute read The HTTP “GET” method is used just for retrieving data and should have no other effect. When you enter a URI in the browser or you click on a link you are executing a GET request. Here are some characteristics of GET requests: can be cached, bookmarked, appear in browser history. You can easily find details… Read more »

What is HTTP?

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1 minute read The HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is an application protocol designed to enable communications between clients and servers, and the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web. HTTP provide a standard way of communication between client (browsers) and web servers. HTTP works as a request-response protocol, the web browser may be the client, and… Read more »

Do you need End to End Automated Test Infrastructure for your CQ application?

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1 minute read If you are using Adobe CQ for your web application, and you’d like to have an automated framework and automated tests to run the nightly, here is what we can offer: 1. Continuous integration infrastructure using Jenkins CI and custom created test framework CI Jenkins/Hudson job created for all the below test types CI Jenkins/Hudson job… Read more »