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HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. This protocol is used for communication in web requests. HTTPS on the other hand stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol… Read More
Message Handler basically derives from the abstract class i.e. HttpMessageHandler class and It is also the base class of the Message Handler. It can be… Read More
HTTP stands for hypertext transfer protocol & it is used in client-server communication. By using HTTP user sends the request to the server & the… Read More
The HTTP Patch method is used to request a set of modifications in the request entity to be applied for the resource recognized by the… Read More
The Referrer Policy HTTP header sets the parameter for amount of information sent along with Referrer Header while making a request. Referrer policy is used… Read More
The Content Security Policy response header field is a tool to implement defense in depth mechanism for protection of data from content injection vulnerabilities such… Read More
For serialising one or more links in HTTP headers, the HTTP Link header-field is used. It allows the server to point an interested client to… Read More
The HTTP Feature-Policy is response-type headers. Most of our web browser are empowered nowadays to use some features and API’s to provide additional experiences for… Read More
ETag or Entity Tag is a response-type header that works as a validator to let client make conditional requests. It makes re-validation requests more efficient… Read More
The Early-Data header is a kind of HTTP header that permits clients to send requests immediately. This ensures that there are no one or two… Read More
The HTTP Content Disposition is a response-type header field that gives information on how to process the response payload and additional information such as filename… Read More
The Cache-Control header is a general header, that specifies the caching policies of server responses as well as client requests. Basically, it gives information about… Read More
The HTTP headers allows the customer and server to pass additional information with an HTTP solicitation or response. The Warning general HTTP header entertains the… Read More
The Timing-Allow-Origin(TAO) header is a response-type header. It is used to indicate all the origins that are permitted to read the values of attributes retrieved… Read More
The Access-Control-Allow-Methods header is a  Cross-Origin Resource Sharing(CORS) response-type header. It is used to indicate which HTTP methods are permitted while accessing the resources in… Read More

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