In the previous part, we’ve talked about the different ways that websites can use to identify the visiting user.
But identification itself represents just a claim. When you identify yourself, you are claiming that you are someone. But there is no proof of that.
Authentication, on the other hand, … Continue reading
Up until now, you learned about the basic concepts and some of the architectural aspects of HTTP. This leads us to the next important subject to the HTTP: client identification.
In this article, you’ll learn why client identification is important and how can Web servers identify you (your Web client). You will … Continue reading
In the first article of the series, we talked about the basic concepts of the HTTP. Now that we have some foundation to build upon, we can talk about some of the architectural aspects of the HTTP. There is more to HTTP than just sending and … Continue reading
This article contains all the reference for my HTTP series. This reference could be helpful if you need to quickly find what some HTTP status code means. It is also some kind of cheat sheet for myself because there is a lot of information to remember by heart. So I hope … Continue reading
In this article, I will present you the basics of HTTP.
But why HTTP?
Why should I read about the HTTP you may ask yourself?
Well, if you are a software developer, you will understand how to write better applications by learning how they communicate. If you are system … Continue reading