DayPilot.Http.put

The DayPilot.Http.put() method makes an HTTP request to the specified URL using PUT method. 

The syntax and behavior is inspired by axios.

Declaration

DayPilot.Http.post(url[, data[, options]]);

Parameters

  • data - the HTTP request body; if this is an object, it will be converted to JSON using JSON.stringify(); string is passed as is
  • options.contentType - request body content type (string). Default value is "application/json" (if data is an object) or "text/plain" for other types.
  • options.headers - an object with header values

Return Value

The DayPilot.Http.put() method returns a promise. If the HTTP response status code is 200, 201, 204 or 304 the promise is resolved, otherwise it is rejected.

The success handler receives an args object as an argument:

  • args.request - XMLHttpRequest object used for making the request
  • args.data - event data received from the server, converted to JSON using JSON.parse()

The error handler receives an args object as an argument:

  • args.request - XMLHttpRequest object used for making the request

Example

const data = {
  name: "John"
};
const id = 1;
const {data: result} = await DayPilot.Http.put(`/user/${id}`, data);
console.log("result", result);