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Here’s a list of the most commonly used HTTP methods and whether they are idempotent and/or safe as defined by the contract:

Idempotency and safety (nullipotentcy) are guarantees that server applications make to their clients and the world. It is a contract defined by the HTTP standard that developers must adhere to when implementing RESTful APIs over HTTP. An operation doesn’t automatically become idempotent or safe just because it is invoked using the GET method, if it isn’t implemented in an idempotent manner. A poorly written server application might use GET methods to update a record in the database or to send a message to a friend (I have seen applications that do this.) This is a really, really bad design.

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Adhering to the idempotency and safety contract helps make an API fault-tolerant and robust . Clients, middleware applications and various servers that requests pass through before reaching your application, use this contract for various optimizations . Clients may automatically cancel a GET request if it is taking too long to process and repeat it because they assume it has the same effect (since GET is idempotent). However, they won’t do the same thing for POST requests because the first one may have already altered some state on the server side. This is the reason why web browsers display a warning message that you are about to re-submit a form when you hit the back button to go to a form (For this reason, always redirect after a successful POST operation.) In the same veins, cache servers don’t cache POST requests and safe methods can pre-fetched to stored in cache to enhance performance.

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In summary, when building RESTful applications using HTTP, it is important to implement HTTP methods in a manner that satisfies their idempotency and safety contract, because clients and intermediaries are free to use this contract to optimize and enhance the user experience . Don’t use GET method for operations that alter the database and don’t use POST to retrieve information ( air jordan sneaker archived
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