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Another thing to keep in mind is that HTTP 301 redirects are typically only followed for GET requests. POST, PUT & DELETE requests will still be broken.



That's what 308 is for


Thanks. I never knew about the HTTP 308 response code. Here is the RFC dated June 2014:

https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7238




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