Chapter 10

HTTP with .NET Crap...

 

 

 

 

 

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What we have in this chapter?

  1. Overview

  2. Web Class Basics

  3. HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse

  4. Web Exceptions

  5. Common Scenarios

  6. GET

  7. C++ Http Get Request Program Example

  8. C# Http Get Request Program Example

  9. VB .NET Http Get Request Program Example

  10. POST

  11. C++ Http Post Request Program Example

  12. C# Http Post Request Program Example

  13. VB .NET Http Post Request Program Example

  14. Web Proxies

  15. WebRequest and WebResponse

  16. Cookies

  17. Asynchronous HTTP Model

  18. C++ Asynchronous Http Get Request Program Example

  19. C# Asynchronous Http Get Request Program Example

  20. VB .NET Asynchronous Http Get Request Program Example

  21. Connection Management

  22. C++ Service Point Program Example

  23. C# Service Point Program Example

  24. VB .NET Service Point Program Example

  25. Secure Connections

  26. Authentication

  27. Unsafe Authentication

  28. Secure Socket Layer (SSL)

  29. Certificates

  30. C++ Authentication Program Example

  31. C# Authentication Program Example

  32. VB .NET Authentication Program Example

  33. Application Models

  34. Code Access Security

 

 

 

Summary

 

The .NET Framework offers extensive support for the HTTP protocol. In addition, the WebRequest classes offer an abstract interface to protocols oriented as request-reply, including HTTP. This makes accessing these protocols extremely easy. We will also demonstrate how to configure Web requests for common network scenarios such as proxy servers. Finally, we will discuss how to secure Web requests by using SSL and supplying credentials and security certificates. The next chapter is the first chapter in the advanced topics section of this book. It covers programming with XML Web services.

 

 

 

 

 

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