Send an HTTP POST request to a webserver.
The response code is stored in %HTTPR. A response code of -1 indicates a problem making the request. Any returned data is stored in the variable %HTTPD if the content type is text-based (max 4K).
Returned header fields are stored in the local variable array %header (%header1, %header2 etc)
Example: sending a script some data
Server:Port www.small.com [no port specified, use port 80]
Timeout: 30 [read timeout after 30 seconds]
Content-Type: [default is: x-www-form-urlencoded, if not specified server value is used]
File: results.html [optional: store returned data in /sdcard/results.html]
If Content-Type is x-www-form-urlencoded, the data must be formatted as in the example and the keys and values will be encoded automatically.
Server:Port can be preceeded by a) https:// to require a secure, trusted connection b) username:password@ which will add a Basic Authorization header field to the request.
The Cookies parameter is of the form:
Ignore SSL Anchor Errors: only for https connections, ignoring such errors leaves the connection open to man-in-the-middle attacks.