2016-04-21 21:58



I'm planning on working with a text uploading site, http://textuploader.com/, but I don't seem to understand this. I probably haven't looked hard enough, but that's not the point. What I'm really looking for is just simply how to do these commands, or just how to use "HTTPClient" to do these sorts of things. The site with all of the commands and information is here. Also, just for convenience, I should leave the most important ones for me, in this post:

POST: /posts

This will allow you to post to your account.

   "Title": "Sample Title",
   "Content": "Post body goes here.",
   "Type": "public"


curl -X POST "http://api.textuploader.com/v1/posts" \
-H "Accept: application/json" \
-H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-H "X-TextUploader-API-Key: your-api-key-here" \
-v \
-d '{"title": "Sample Title", "content": "Post body goes here.", "type": "public"}'

And this:

GET: /posts/[shortcode]

This method will return the complete body of the requested shortcode.
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  • douxiong2738 douxiong2738 5年前

    Nicolas Filotto's answer on here is perfect: How to make post curl request in java

    Here it is if you would rather stay on this page:

    If I were you I would use DavidWebb a lightweight Java HTTP-Client for calling JSON REST-Services and proceed as next:

    Webb webb = Webb.create();
    JSONObject result = webb
        .header("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded")
        .header("apikey", "xxxx")
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