Types and traits to build and send responses.
The return type of a Rocket handler can be any type that implements the
Responder trait, which means that the type knows
how to generate a
Response. Among other things, this module contains
several such types.
Many of the built-in
Responder types chain responses: they take in
Responder and add, remove, or change information in the response.
In other words, many
Responder types are built to compose well. As a
result, you’ll often have types of the form
A<B<C>> consisting of three
C. This is normal and encouraged as the type
names typically illustrate the intended response.
Contains types that set the Content-Type of a response.
Contains types that set the status code and corresponding headers of a response.
Sets the Content-Type of a
Debug prints the internal value before responding with a 500 error.
Sets a “flash” cookie that will be removed when it is accessed. The
analogous request type is
A file with an associated name; responds with the Content-Type based on the file extension.
An empty redirect response to a given URL.
A response, as returned by types implementing
Type for easily building
Streams a response to a client from an arbitrary
The body of a response: can be sized or streamed/chunked.
The default size, in bytes, of a chunk for streamed responses.
Trait implemented by types that generate responses for clients.
Type alias for the