Content-Type describes the type of content in the message body of an email or HTTP request, and is represented by a MIME type, which indicates the type of data that file contains.
See IANA for an exhaustive list of media types.
Parsing the value of
Content-Type is difficult, so Romain Calascibetta has created TypeBeat: a light library to compute the complex rules for you. TypeBeat uses Angstrom to handle complex rules related to RFCs and centralises it into one library for ease of use.
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