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Zusätzlich habe Bush am Wochenende unter Wetterfühligkeit gelitten. Dennoch habe der Präsident am Samstag trainiert und auch am Sonntag ein leichtes Training absolviert, sagte Tubb.

Zusätzlich habe Bush am Wochenende unter Wetterfühligkeit gelitten. Dennoch habe der Präsident am Samstag trainiert und auch am Sonntag ein leichtes Training absolviert, sagte Tubb.

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  • 1. Contents
    • Introduction
    • Protocol Design
    • Built in methods
    • References
  • 2. Introduction
    • HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol . It's the network protocol used to deliver virtually all files and other data (collectively called resources ) on the World Wide Web .
    • Usually, HTTP takes place through TCP/IP sockets
    • The files or the data transferred is also referred as resources.
    • Its basically a client – server communication model.
    • Communication between client and server takes place in the form of request and responses.
  • 3. Protocol design
    • HTTP is designed with an eye to future object oriented applications. For this reason the request from the client will have the method to be executed on a resource at the server
  • 4. Built in methods
    • GET – Request to read a web page
    • HEAD – Req to read web page’s header
    • PUT – Req to store a web page
    • POST – Append to a named resource.
    • DELETE – Remove a web page.
    • LINK – Connects two existing resources
    • UNLINK – Breaks an existing connection between two resources.
  • 5. References
    • RFC 2616