The HTTP Binding allows you to use HTTP get/post protocols to interface with API's.
URL: The web address you are communicating with.
The URL should be inside quotations as it needs to be a string for this binding to work.
Method: The method to communicate with the URL. Available methods are listed here [GET, HEAD, POST, PUT, DELETE, TRACE, OPTIONS, CONNECT, PATCH].
Headers: If any headers are needed they are filled in here:
Body: The body of the HTTP message. This is most commonly used in POST method where it represents the information that is being posted.
Authentication Type: Authentication methods required by the URL. Options are:
Authentication Value: Authentication credentials can be edited via an Expression binding.
Connect Timeout: Amount of time to wait before failing a connection attempt.
Socket Timeout: Amount of time to wait before failing a connection attempt.
Binding Preview: The Binding Preview checkbox can cancels/stops the binding preview display. Uncheck the Binding Preview option to disable the binding preview. Disabling the binding preview is ideal in cases where you don't want the binding to trigger frequently while configuring it, such as when using a HTTP binding.