Sending HTTP Requests
After you're satisfied with how your request is configured, you may proceed to send your request. This is simply done by pressing the Send button. The Send button is located at the left side of the URL text box.
Normally, the server's response will soon appear in the Response panel.
The response is the server's answer to your request. An HTTP response contains a status code, a status message, headers, and optionally, cookies and a body. The HTTP Client displays all of this data in the Response panel.
Additionally, the HTTP Client also displays the time it took to execute the request and the size of the response. Also, if you hover over the Time or Size of the request, more information will appear
To make things easier for you, the HTTP Client also exposes a couple of handy features in the Response panel's Body tab. There, you have the option to preview or download the response, as well as set the response's content type so that the text area renders it with proper syntax highlighting.
Response body previews
If the response body is raw text data (e.g. JSON, XML), the HTTP client will display it in the interface, but only up to 3 MB of text. The remaining bytes are flushed to a file and will be available for download with the complete content. Meanwhile, if the response body contains binary content, specifically if it's either a PNG, JPEG or GIF under 3 MB, then the HTTP Client will also have it displayed; otherwise, it will have to be viewed through a download.