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By bjensenSP
Submitted: Apr 25 2013 / 13:28

For developers building REST-based APIs, there is a great deal of misinformation and some understandable confusion about when to use HTTP PUT and when to use HTTP POST. Some say, POST should be used to create a resource, and PUT to modify one. Others that PUT should be used to create, and POST to modify one. Neither is quite right.
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