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Tip: Trigger a GET Request via the JDK 11 HttpClient API

The JDK 11 HttpClient API is very flexible and intuitive. Check out this example of triggering a GET request and printing the response.


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The JDK 11 HttpClient API is very flexible and intuitive. Here it is a sample of triggering a GET request and printing the response:

HttpClient client = HttpClient.newHttpClient();

HttpRequest request = HttpRequest.newBuilder()
    .uri(URI.create("https://reqres.in/api/users/4"))
    .build();

HttpResponse response
= client.send(request, BodyHandlers.ofString());

System.out.println("Status code: " + response.statusCode());
System.out.println("\n Body: " + response.body());

 

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Octavia Andreea Anghel is a senior PHP developer currently working as a primary trainer for programming teams that participate at national and international software-development contests. She consults on developing educational projects at a national level. She is a coauthor of the book "XML Technologies--XML in Java" (Albastra, ISBN 978-973-650-210-1), for which she wrote the XML portions. In addition to PHP and XML, she's interested in software architecture, web services, UML, and high-performance unit tests.
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