Instead of traversing one by one, the server can send a
response that contains multiple posts in a single HTTP response. This
response type is sent when the request includes an
The multipart response won't necessarily contain all posts. If the last
post in the response has a
rel=previous entry in the
header, then you can make another request to that url, and pass the
Accept: multipart/form-data header once again to get the
Servers that don't support bulk fetch should return an HTTP status of
406 Not Acceptable when a client includes the
Accept: multipart/form-data header.
This example queries
/status and extracts
each individual post from the combined response.
Query by time →