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2. What is HTTP?

In the protocol stack, HTTP belongs to the first application layer, and its role is to negotiate the information interaction protocol between the client and the server. If we want to visit a website, we usually type in the URL of the website, which is the URL. The URL consists of the following parts: zhCN... : the path; This is a search HTTP baidu URL,? After the key value...

HTTP request packet

For TCP, HTTP packets are transmitted in two parts: the TCP header and the data part. HTTP packets are text-oriented. Each field in a packet is an ASCII code string, and the length of each field is uncertain. HTTP has two types of reports

A primer on HTTP

In March 1983, HTTP was born. The main purpose is to allow scholars in two places to share knowledge. In 1990, it successfully developed the world's first Web server and web browser. In 1990, the HTML 1.0 draft was discussed and abandoned due to several ambiguities. In January 1993, the ancestors of modern browsers developed Mosaic, which began as an I...

(HTTP) Principles of HTTP

Layer 1, layer 5 network model 1. Physical layer: the main function is to define how physical devices transmit data 2. Data link layer: establish data link connection between communicating entities 3. Network layer: create logical link for data transmission between nodes 4. Transport layer: Provides reliable end-to-end to users

With HTTP, why RPC?

For a long time it was difficult to make a clear distinction between Remote Procedure calls (RPC) and HTTP calls. Please allow me to be Naive!

Browser part 2: HTTP request process details

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a simple request-response Protocol that usually runs on top of TCP. It specifies what messages the client may send to the server and what responses it may get (Baidu Encyclopedia). Requests are usually made by browsers to get different types of files, such as HTML...

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