Each Action can hold five different Methods, and each Method can have different behavior among each other, and can be configured independently.

Supported Methods

  • GET:

    • Description: Used to respond with data requested by the client without making any changes to the server's state.

    • Example use cases:

      • Retrieving data from a database: Fetching user information or product details to send back to the client.

  • PATCH:

    • Description: Used to apply partial modifications to a resource on the server.

    • Example use cases:

      • Updating user preferences: Applying changes to specific settings within a user's profile without affecting the entire profile.

      • Editing content: Modifying specific fields of an article or post without altering the rest of the content.

  • PUT:

    • Description: Used to either update an existing resource or create a new resource with a specific identifier.

    • Example use cases:

      • Updating existing records: Replacing an outdated version of a product description with a new one in the database.

      • Creating resources with specific IDs: Using a PUT request to create a new entry in a catalog with a designated product code.

  • POST:

    • Description: Used to handle data submitted by the client and take appropriate actions based on that data.

    • Example use cases:

      • Processing form submissions: Receiving user inputs like login credentials or feedback and validating them on the server.

      • Creating new records: Accepting data for generating new posts, comments, or user profiles and storing them in the database.


    • Description: Used to initiate the removal of a resource from the server.

    • Example use cases:

      • Deleting content: Handling requests to remove outdated articles or media files from the server's storage.

      • Deactivating accounts: Processing requests to delete user accounts and associated data, making them no longer accessible.


While strict adherence to the above HTTP methods is not mandatory, it is recommended to follow the standard guidelines when building your API.

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