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 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