Select the statements about RESTful web services that are correct.
(Select all acceptable answers.)
In HTTP/1.1, both the PUT and POST methods requests can be used to create and update resources.
A RESTful web service stores the client state as a session on the server.
In HTTP/1.1 it is mandatory that all POST requests create a new resource.
REST extends the SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) by allowing HTML requests and multiple data formats.
The Accept header field can be used to tell a RESTful web service to respond in a specific format.