Formats and HTTP methods
Only JSON is supported. Typically, the HTTP methods used are
We don’t support this currently but we plan to add it. Let us know at email@example.com if you need it.
If your requests are going through a proxy server which does not support certain HTTP methods, use one which is supported and set the actual HTTP method using the
X-HTTP-Method-Override request header instead.
This is supported on POST only. The value must be one of GET, DELETE, HEAD, OPTIONS, PATCH, POST.
RFC-2616 is followed throughout.
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