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Development Tools HTTP Basics Introduction to HTTP Sending Data with a GET Request

Omprakash Panigrahi
Omprakash Panigrahi
9,632 Points

I dont understand what to fill in after type

GET /books ___ type=kindle=

2 Answers

Mathew Tran
Mathew Tran
Courses Plus Student 10,205 Points

So for GET methods, you need to access the resource.

In this case:

GET /books

After you access the resource, the syntax to start the first part of a query, is to use the ? symbol, then equal it to a value

Get /books?type=kindle

Any subsequent query parameter in your GET call, uses the & symbol, then equal it to a value

Get /books?type=kindle&sort=<blah>

Hope this makes sense!