It turns out that the SetRequest method of roURLtransfer supports this:
This is now published in the online SDK:
http://sdkdocs.roku.com/display/sdkdoc/ ... eqasString
Just to be clear, you can do setRequest("DELETE"), as well as PUT, correct? And I know I'm shooting for the moon now, but could you also set it to one of the other even less-used verbs
, like PATCH or TRACE? I don't need these (I can't think of anyone who does, for things you'd do with a Roku), and am fine if they can't be used, just want it clearly documented so people don't go pulling their hair out trying to do something that can't be done. 🙂
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