HTTP GET Method – Ways to form GET URL

HTTP GET Method – Ways to form GET URL

In this article let us see the ways to form GET URL for http requests. We are going to use Spring Boot and Google Chrome Postman to verify the URL formation.

Common ways of forming GET url’s are by

  1. Path
  2. Body

Query: (Path)

When GET URL is formed along with query, the URL will look like,


Params: (Body)

When GET URL is formed along with Params, we will send the parameters along with the body.


There are four parameters with request param,

  • defaultValue – This is the default value, if the request is not having the value or it is empty.
  • name – Parameter name
  • required – true, if we want to make the parameter required one.
  • value – value of the parameter

Now let us see an example – Various ways to form GET URL.
I have created a simple springboot application with a controller. The output shown below are from chrome postman application.

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SpringBoot – Custom Banner / Disable Banner

SpringBoot – Custom Banner / Disable Banner

Whenever we deploy the springboot application, it comes with default banner

We have an option to change this banner or even to disable this banner.

In order to disable this banner, we have to include a property in file


If we include this property in file, SpringBoot banner will be disabled.


We can also customize the springboot banner as per our requirement. All we have to do is, Put the design required in a file and save it as banner.txt and paste it in resources folder along with

Lets paste this design in banner.txt file,

Paste the banner.txt with in resources folder

Let us see the output,

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Simple SpringBoot RestAPI Example

Simple SpringBoot RestAPI Example:
Spring Boot is a way to create stand-alone applications with less or no configurations and has defaults for annotation configuration which we will use in our application.

In this example, Let us a see a very simple SpringBoot with one RESTAPI url. This example does not have any database connection or pojo classes.




Let us start the spring boot application,


Hitting the URL with PostMan,


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