Web browsers let you upload files to a server using a form and file input
control. The browser sends an HTTP request with the body of the
request containing the encoded contents of the form. In this
tutorial you'll see what these requests look like on the browser and on the
server. We'll explore the difference between the two main form encoding types:
application/x-www-form-urlencoded and multipart/form-data. Regardless of what
framework or library you use, this is the foundation of how files are uploaded
on the web using the HTTP protocol.
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