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    A new hypertext protocol promises better performance for complex and demanding websites.

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    I just want to know what are the extra and mandatory fields that must be given in SOAP header. So support my application from HTTP to HTTPS. Thanks in advance!

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  • Mozilla proposes Firefox Do Not Track feature to boost browser privacy

    The proposal, which transmits a special HTTP header to websites, may be supported in future versions of Firefox, but in order for it to fully work, websites must also support the feature.

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  • Google cloud pricing drops, HTTP load balancing added

    Google continues to add features and cut costs -- don’t expect either to disrupt the status quo in the cloud market.

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  • How would you use HTTP content caching in your enterprise and how would you measure the return on investment?

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  • How are TCP/IP and HTTP related?

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  • Linux command line tricks: less, screen, pgrep HTTP servers and more

    Mastering the Linux command line can make a system administrator's job much easier. Learn these command line tricks including aliasing more to always be less, using pgrep, screen, tmux, and aspell as well as quickly creating an HTTP server for file sharing.

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