HTTP provides users a way by distributing hypertext messages between servers and clients to interact. HTTP clients generally use Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection to communicate with servers.
HTTP uses various tasks to be performed by request methods which are enlisted as below –
GET = Requests a specific source in its entirety.
HEAD = A specific resource with no body content.
POST = Adds articles, messages and information to another page under an existing web resource.
PUT = Directly modifies a current web source and creates a new URL if need be.
DELETE = Eliminates a specified source.
TRACE = Shows users any modifications or additions made to an internet resource.
OPTIONS = Show user’s which HTTP methods are available for a particular URL.
CONNECT = Transforms the requested link.
PATCH = Partially modifies an internet resource HTTP servers use the GET and HEAD methods.