Review: In the last blog entry I went through more than a few examples of using cURL to issue GET requests against various end points using Node.js & Restify. I also covered the basics on where to go to find cURL in case it isn’t installed. The last part I covered was a little bit of WebStorm info to boot. In this part of the series I’m now going to dive into the HTTP verbs beyond GET. POST The practice around issuing a command via http verb to save data is via a post. When you issue a post via cURL use the -X followed by POST to designate a post verb, then -H to assign the content type parameter. In this particular example I’ve set it to application/json since my payload of data will be JSON format. Then add the final data with a -d option, followed by the actual data.