Kotlin HTTP GET requestAn HTTP request is made by a client, to a named host, which is located on a server. The aim of the request is to access a resource on the server.
Example of Kotlin HTTP Request
We create a client GET request to the webcode.me webpage using below syntax:
After the client is created Successfully, we create the URI to end point using below syntax:
After building the URI we call the HTTP request to retrieve the response using below syntax:
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