cookies tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [cookies] keyword
Curl Request With Credentials
Sample Curl request with Origin CORS request header and authorization cookie. In this Curl Request With Credentials example the Origin request header is passed with the -H "Origin: https://example.reqbin.com" command-line parameter and the cookie is passed with the --cookie "authCookie = my_auth_cookie" parameter.

Send Cookies Example
An example of sending HTTP cookies in the request header. Browsers send cookies to the server by adding the Cookie: name=value request header. Multiple cookies can be sent in a single Cookie header, separated by semicolon.

CORS Request with Credentials
An example of sending a CORS request with an Origin header and an authorization cookie. In this CORS Request with Credentials example, the Origin is provided with "Origin: https://example.reqbin.com" request header, and the cookie is provided with the "Cookie: authCookie=my_auth_cookie" header.

Curl Send Cookies
An example of sending cookies with Curl. Cookies are passed to Curl with the --cookie "Name = Value" command-line parameter. Curl automatically converts the passed parameter into the Cookie: Name=Value request header.

Request Cookies
An example of sending a request with cookies in the header. Cookies are sent to the server in the Cookie: name=value request header. To send multiple cookies in a single Cookie header, separate them by a semicolon, or add multiple Cookie: name=value request headers.

HTTP Cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on a user's computer by a web browser.

Response Header: Set-Cookie
The Set-Cookie HTTP response header sends cookies from the server to the user agent. A server sends a Set-Cookie header with the response when it receives an HTTP request.

Set-Cookie Header
The server sends cookies to the browser by adding the "Set-Cookie: cookie-name = cookie-value" HTTP header to the response. The browser saves cookies on the user's computer, and then sends them back to the server by adding the "Cookie: saved-cookie" header to the request.