Difference between http verbs get and post ?
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GET and POST is two different types of HTTP request methods. HTTP protocol supports many methods to transfer data from the server or perform any operation on the server. The HTTP protocol supports the methods, e.g. GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, PATCH, COPY, HEAD, OPTIONS, etc.
|GET retrieves a representation of the specified resource.||POST is for writing data, to be processed to the identified resource.|
|It is the default HTTP method.||In this, we need to specify the method as POST to send a request with the POST method.|
|You can bookmark GET requests.||You cannot bookmark POST requests.|
|It is cacheable.||It is not cacheable.|
|It typically has relevant information in the URL of the request.||It typically has relevant information in the body of the request.|
|It is limited by the maximum length of the URL supported by the browser and web server.||It does not have such limits.|