4 examples of 'axios post headers' in JavaScript

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24function _axiosPost() {
25 var args = [];
26 for (var _i = 0; _i < arguments.length; _i++) {
27 args[_i] = arguments[_i];
28 }
29 return new Promise(function (resolve, reject) {
30 jsHelper.apply(exports.axios.post, exports.axios, args)
31 .then(function (response) {
32 resolve(response);
33 })
34 .catch(function (err) {
35 reject(err);
36 });
37 });
38}
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22private _createJsonHeaders(): Headers {
23 return new Headers({
24 'Accept': 'application/json',
25 'Content-Type': 'application/json'
26 });
27}
10post (url, options) {
11 return axios.post(url, options).then(res => {
12 return res.data
13 })
14}
38static post<VALUE = any, RESPONSE = AxiosResponse<VALUE>>(
39 url: string,
40 // tslint:disable-next-line:no-any
41 data?: any,
42 config?: AxiosRequestConfig,
43): Promise<RESPONSE> {
44 return axios.post(url, data, config);
45}

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