I love to cook with curl. Here are some useful curl recipes I often use.
Make a POST Request (TLDR: Use
Add POST Data to a Request (TLDR: Use
Construct a Query String (TLDR: Use
Add HTTP Headers (TLDR: Use
-H 'Header: Value'argument)
Change the User Agent (TLDR: Use
-A 'User Agent'argument)
Set Cookies (TLDR: Use
Add a Referrer (TLDR: Use
Follow a 3XX Redirect (TLDR: Use
Use the Basic HTTP Authentication (TLDR: Use
Print the Response Headers (TLDR: Use
Use a Proxy (TLDR: Use
Ignore the SSL Certificate (TLDR: Use
Make Curl Silent (TLDR: Use
Save the Response to a File (TLDR: Use
Make Curl Slow (TLDR: Use
--limit-rate 8k(8KB/sec) argument)
Debug Curl Requests (TLDR: Use
- Make a GET Request (TLDR: No arguments required, it's the default)
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