Http post - how to send Authorization header?

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HTTP Basic Authentication header,You can pass in the API Key to our APIs either by using the HTTP Basic authentication header or by sending an api_key parameter via the query string or request body,,Alternatively, you can use an URL query string parameter or a field in the request body

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_header.js/ 1 2 3 - user: username - API . . .
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   user: username -
   API Key: 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 -
   API endpoint: https: //username.carto.com/endpoint/ 
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Step 3 continued with - user: username - API Key: 1. . .
-user: username -
   API Key: 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 -
   API endpoint: https: //username.carto.com/endpoint/ 
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To set headers in an Axios POST request, pass a third object to the axios,post() call

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_header.js/ axios.post(url, { data: { . . .
axios.post(url, {
   data: {
      ...
   }
})
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It was not on the Angular side, To be honest, there were no problem at all

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_header.js/ let headers = new Headers({'C. . .
 let headers = new Headers({
    'Content-Type': 'application/json'
 });
 headers.append('Authorization', 'Bearer ')
 let options = new RequestOptions({
    headers: headers
 });
 return this.http.post(APIname, body, options)
    .map(this.extractData)
    .catch(this.handleError);
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Specifying authorization details,In the Authorization tab for a request, select OAuth 1,0 from the Type dropdown list

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_header.js/ Bearer <Your API key>. . .
Bearer <Your API key>
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The HTTP Authorization request header contains the credentials to authenticate a user agent with a server, usually, but not necessarily, after the server has responded with a 401 Unauthorized status and the WWW-Authenticate header, , See also HTTP authentication for examples on how to configure Apache or nginx servers to password protect your site with HTTP basic authentication

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_header.js/ Authorization: <type> <credent. . .
Authorization: <type>
   <credentials>
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There are two ways API servers may accept Bearer tokens, One is in the HTTP Authorization header, the other is in a post body parameter

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_authorization.js/ POST /resource/1/update HTTP/1. . .
POST / resource / 1 / update HTTP / 1.1
Authorization: Bearer RsT5OjbzRn430zqMLgV3Ia "
Host: api.authorization - server.com

description = Hello + World
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