http delete for network

Delete the specified resource.


> http delete (URL) --user --password --data --content-type --max-time --headers --raw --insecure --full --allow-errors


  • URL: the URL to fetch the contents from
  • --user {any}: the username when authenticating
  • --password {any}: the password when authenticating
  • --data {any}: the content to post
  • --content-type {any}: the MIME type of content to post
  • --max-time {int}: timeout period in seconds
  • --headers {any}: custom headers you want to add
  • --raw (-r): fetch contents as text rather than a table
  • --insecure (-k): allow insecure server connections when using SSL
  • --full (-f): returns the full response instead of only the body
  • --allow-errors (-e): do not fail if the server returns an error code

Input/output types:



http delete from

> http delete

http delete from, with username and password

> http delete -u myuser -p mypass

http delete from, with custom header

> http delete -H [my-header-key my-header-value]

http delete from, with body

> http delete -d 'body'

http delete from, with JSON body

> http delete -t application/json -d { field: value }


Performs HTTP DELETE operation.