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    Like curl, but does way less. Runs anywhere Node.js does.

    Usage: uncurl [options...] <url>
      -i, --include  Include protocol headers in the output  [boolean]
      -X, --request  Specify request command to use          [string]  [default: "GET"]
      -d, --data     HTTP POST data                          [string]
      --data-ascii   HTTP POST ASCII data                    [string]
      --data-binary  HTTP POST binary data                   [string]
      --data-json    HTTP POST JSON data                     [string]

    NOTE: for the long parameters, if you want to read from standard input, you'll need to invoke the option like so: --data-binary=-.

    --data (and --data-ascii) works much like curl – a prefix of @ indicates that the relevant data should be streamed from the file path after the splat, and passing - as the parameter to --data will read from standard input until EOF. Data will be sent as Content-Type application/x-www-form-urlencoded.

    --data-binary works a little differently from the curl option of the same name. It doesn't URL encode the data, but it does set the Content-Type to application/octet-stream, and sends the data with a binary encoding. It also allows the use of @ to read files and - for standard input.

    --data-json is an option unique to uncurl. If the data isn't streaming (that is, coming from a file or standard input), uncurl will verify that it's valid JSON before sending it to the server. It will also set the Content-Type to application/json and the encoding to UTF-8. It also allows the use of @ to read files and - for standard input.




    npm i uncurled

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