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All operations on a URL must use a Request object, which is the principal entry point for an application to send a request to the Library. Because both servers and clients utilise the same Request class, the request object is application independent.

All operations on a URL must use a Request object, which is the principal entry point for an application to send a request to the Library. Because both servers and clients utilise the same Request class, the request object is application independent.

The Request Object has three main parts: the request URL, the request type, and the parameters. The request URL can be in a format similar to https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me?access_token=&grant_type=&scope=.

Request Objects have been a huge help to content writers in managing their business. They have made it easy for content writers to ask for specific information from their clients and then customize the response accordingly.

Request objects are a way of making an asynchronous request to an API. They allow the developer to use the same interface for both synchronous and asynchronous requests.

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