A server's response. To learn how to send responses inside route handlers, see Sending responses.
Produces HTTP/2 push from a server to a client or sets an HTTP/1.x hint header or does nothing. Exact behaviour is up to engine implementation.
Returns a response status code or
null if a status code is not set.
Specifies a status code for a response.
Provides access to cookies for this response.
Provides access to headers for the current response.
Indicates that this response is already committed and no further changes are allowed.
Indicates that this response is already fully sent to the client.
A pipeline for sending content.
Cache-Control header with the specified value to a response.
Content-Range header with the specified range and fullLength to a response.
E-Tag header with the specified value to a response.
Expires HTTP header value
Appends a header with the specified name and value to a response.
Append HTTP response header with temporal date (date, time and so on)
Last-Modified HTTP header value from dateTime
Link header to HTTP response
Link header to HTTP response with specified uri and rel
A type of response object that is passed in the respond function. Can be useful for custom serializations.