Difference Get & Post

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by g_abhi.77, Aug 22, 2015.

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  1. g_abhi.77

    g_abhi.77 New Member

    The main thing to keep in mind as a programmer is that defining your form to use the GET method does not protect against causing changes. You could use a GET request to do pretty much the same thing as a POST query. It’s just that browsers are generally coded to expect that POST requests will be used for things that will cause changes – like placing an order, or writing to a database, etc . GET requests should be used for pure queries that don’t affect anything on the server. So, one should always remember not to use GET requests for any action that would cause a change on the server – like ordering a big screen tv.
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  2. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Utter and total bullshit!

    Also total bullshit!

    Can I disrespectfully suggest that you buggar off and LEARN before pasting something that you obviously know nothing about!
  3. ronaldroe

    ronaldroe Super Moderator Staff Member

    Gotta love the ol' copy/paste spam: link
    Ban hammer
  4. Hrishi Vardhan

    Hrishi Vardhan New Member


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