We're often required to respond with different types of content to requests. JSON and HTML are most common type of content that's transmitted between clients and servers.
The interpretation of the body of the response by the client depends on the
content-type header. That's the reason we have different values for HTML and
JSON in the
content-type header in the above examples. You can learn more
the common values
that are accepted by the
content-type header to return content other than HTML
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