Custom HTTP/HTTPS GET/POST queries in Ruby

Category: Other - Tools & Utilities

First, the scripts sends the GET query to read the website cookies (for session, etc.), and then it sends a POST query with the received cookies and custom POST parameters. Date: 08 May, 2012


Custom HTTP - GET POST - Ruby Snippets - Custom - Http - Https

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Developer: snippets.dzone.com

License: Freeware

Operating System: Windows, Linux

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