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Links 1 through 10 of 44 by Atif Aziz tagged http

“This blog post shows how I figured out how tweak DS so that it would work with infinite result sets.”

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“This article gives a short overview about the basics of RESTful HTTP and discusses typical issues that developers face when they design RESTful HTTP applications. It shows how to apply the REST architecture style in practice. It describes commonly used approaches to name URIs, discusses how to interact with resources through the Uniform interface, when to use PUT or POST and how to support non-CRUD operations.”

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SGML roots of HTML comments debunked (including discussion of incorrect usage of the syntax).

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To perform asynchronous, cancellable HTTP requests in Cocoa, there is NSURLConnection. It gives a great degree of control over the lifetime of the request and for managing the incoming response data. It also handles caching and system proxy settings and global request pooling and other useful things. Unfortunately, using it properly is a bit tedious. This is Nick Farina making it suck less.

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There are different kinds of HTTP caching techniques that are useful for different kinds of things. Ryan Tomayko talks about gateway caches—or, “reverse proxy caches”—and considers their effects on modern, dynamic web application design.

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Explanation of the basics of connection management story of HttpWebRequest and how ServicepointManager and HttpWebRequest properties could be used to tune the connection management.

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Evented I/O for V8 JavaScript. HTTP is a first class protocol in Node. Node's HTTP library has grown out of the author's experiences developing and working with web servers. For example, streaming data through most web frameworks is impossible. Node attempts to correct these problems in its HTTP parser and API. Coupled with Node's purely evented infrastructure, it makes a good foundation for web libraries or frameworks.

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Speak HTTP like a local. (the simple, intuitive HTTP console)

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Microsoft FiddlerCap assists a non-tech user to take a snapshot of Web traffic and send that snapshot to a debugging buddy who can troubleshoot the bug.

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This document is intended to describe a HTTP Archive format that can be used by HTTP monitoring tools to export collected data. The current version of the format is 1.1 (frozen).

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