hypertext transfer protocol

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a protocol (utilizing TCP) to transfer hypertext requests and information between servers and browsers

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Nottingham officially announced the workfollowing the recharterof the Hypertext Transfer Protocol working group by the IESG (Internet Engineering Steering Group).
API Application Programming Interface * GUI Graphical User Interface * HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol * REST Representational State Transfer * SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol * XML Extensible Markup Language
The opening letters of website addresses - http - stand for hypertext transfer protocol.
The patent provides a method and an apparatus for triggering an Internet informational query or search using a simple text message originated from a cell phone or mobile device or wireless handsets, sending short messages to external applications using a variety of Internet Protocol (IP) methods, including HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or Short Messaging Peer-to-Peer (SMPP).
The web design class provides design concepts and web site publication using hypertext markup language programming, FrontPage, Hypertext Transfer Protocol based upon client-server interaction, and web site publishing via file transfer protocol and FrontPage.
The spread of the Web and its associated hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) have all but eliminated the technical difficulties associated with moving computer files from one place to another.
Other encryption algorithms have been in use for years and include Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for Internet transactions, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), and Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (S-HTTP).
Hypertext Transfer Protocol is an application-level protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems.
A major advantage of the Internet is the ability to link multiple pages together with "hyperlinks" by placing hypertext transfer protocol (http://) references in Web page documents, so that the reader may click on the hyperlink and quickly "jump" visually to another document page, potentially on another Internet server in another location.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the method used to transfer data on the World Wide Web.
Chris Barlas, CEO of a digital rights consulting firm called Rightscom, believes that the future of DRM standards will compare to that of the World Wide Web Consortium, the standards body that successfully transformed the Internet with hypertext transfer protocol.
Specifically, WebQos is a multi-platform software solution that runs on HP-UX1, Windows NT, Solaris or Linux environments and also offers protection for web servers against denial-of-service attacks at the HyperText Transfer Protocol level.
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