The HTTP Series (Part 2): Architectural Aspects

In the first article of the series, we talked about the basic concepts of HTTP. Now that we have a foundation to build upon, we can talk about some of the architectural aspects of HTTP. There is more to HTTP than just sending and receiving data.
HTTP cannot function by itself as an application protocol. It needs infrastructure in the form of hardware and software solutions that provide different services and make communication over the World Wide Web possible and efficient.

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