- GET is used with the HTTP protocol. POST is used with HTTPS.
- GET displays the submitted data as part of the URL. During POST, this information is not shown, as it’s encoded in the request body.
- GET is intended for changing the server state and it carries more data than POST.
- GET is more secure than POST and should be used for sensitive information.
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