HTTP with .NET Crap...
What we have in this chapter?
Web Class Basics
HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse
C++ Http Post Request Program Example
WebRequest and WebResponse
Asynchronous HTTP Model
C++ Service Point Program Example
Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
Code Access Security
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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