Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video HTTP status messages, part of Learning REST APIs.
- [Instructor] The HTTP response status codes…at the top of the REST response header…gives the client an immediate notification…about the status of the request-response pair.…The client can use these response codes…to identify successes and failures…and automatically respond with next steps.…Th HTTP response status codes…are split into five main groupings.…100 codes for information,…200 codes for success,…300 codes for redirection,…400 codes for client error,…and 500 codes for server error.…
Status codes of the 100 format…are informational and rarely encountered.…They're used to inform the client…of the status of the server,…typically to wait for the server to finish,…so something like, I got your request…and I'm processing it, hold on.…Or to continue with the request.…I have an open connection for you,…please send your request now, and stuff like that.…Generally, we don't really see 100 status codes much at all.…Status codes of the 200 format are success messages.…Here, you find common codes including 200 OK,…which means the request was successful,…
- What is a REST API?
- Who or what interacts with REST APIs?
- Anatomy of a REST request
- HTTP status messages
- Request/response pairs
- GET, POST, and DELETE
Skill Level Beginner
HTTP Essential Trainingwith Morten Rand-Hendriksen50m 18s Beginner
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