Processing forms Sending output to the user's browser There are two ways to send data to the user browser. First, we can use the Response object to not only send output to the user but also to control the output in some fashion.
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Redirect the user to a different URL. Capturing caninariojana.com response output can be done in a variety of ways. In this post I'll discuss how you can use a caninariojana.com to capture output and transform it using a simple class that provides event hooks to make it easy to capture output.