Class declared in SYSPATH/classes/http/response.php on line 3.
Gets or sets the HTTP body to the request or response. The body is included after the header, separated by a single empty new line.
string$content = NULL - Content to set to the object
public function body($content = NULL);
Sets or gets the HTTP status from this response.
// Set the HTTP status to 404 Not Found $response = Response::factory() ->status(404); // Get the current status $status = $response->status();
integer$code = NULL - Status to set to this response
public function status($code = NULL);
Gets or sets HTTP headers to the request or response. All headers are included immediately after the HTTP protocol definition during transmission. This method provides a simple array or key/value interface to the headers.
mixed$key = NULL - Key or array of key/value pairs to set
string$value = NULL - Value to set to the supplied key
public function headers($key = NULL, $value = NULL);
Gets or sets the HTTP protocol. The standard protocol to use
string$protocol = NULL - Protocol to set to the request/response
public function protocol($protocol = NULL);
Renders the HTTP_Interaction to a string, producing
public function render();