Get, Post or Go Home?
Should GET and POST be the only HTTP request methods used by developers?
Yes, GET and POST are the only verbs needed.
No, DELETE, PATCH and other requests have their place.
Swapnil Bhartiya
Swapnil Bhartiya

Swapnil is a journalist and writer who has been covering Linux & Open Source for 10 years. He is also a science fiction writer whose stories have been broadcast on Indian radio and published in leading Indian magazines.

STORIES BY Swapnil Bhartiya
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