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March 2012

February 2012

REDbot: <>

by Spone & 4 others (via)
RED is a robot that checks HTTP resources to see how they'll behave, pointing out common problems and suggesting improvements. Although it is not a HTTP conformance tester, it can find a number of HTTP-related issues.

January 2012

hurl.it makes HTTP requests - Twilio Labs

by srcmax
Hurl makes HTTP requests. Enter a URL, set some headers, view the response, then share it with others. Perfect for demoing and debugging APIs.

December 2011

October 2011

September 2011

Google+ Gets a “+1″ for Browser Security

by marco
Set-Cookie Secure, Set-Cookie HttpOnly, X-Content-Type-Options, X-Frame-Options, X-XSS-Protection

August 2011

Serveur ? Une théière, svp !

by astrochoupe
Au contraire de la très fréquente Erreur 404 (« Document non trouvé »), l’Erreur 418 ne s’affichera jamais dans votre navigateur. Pourtant, elle existe officiellement et devrait retourner le message « Je suis une théière ».

June 2011

Vers la fin de la barre d'adresse dans les navigateurs ? - Clochix

by Monique

Un des piliers du Web est le protocole de communication sur lequel il repose, HTTP.

Useful "X headers" | mobiForge

by Xavier Lacot
A rather complete list of useful "X-" prefixed HTTP headers, which might get helpful for collecting or transmitting informations.

May 2011

Crystal-clear HD with Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming

by srcmax
Released a couple of weeks ago, Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming combines the features of streaming, with the advantages of HTTP scalability. Besides traditional RTMP streaming, and the P2P functionality of Flash Player 10.x, it offers an additional option to deliver your high quality video content - live and on-demand, with full Flash Access DRM protection.

April 2011

4.8.6 The video element — HTML5

by srcmax
If the user agent can seek to anywhere in the media resource, e.g. because it is a simple movie file and the user agent and the server support HTTP Range requests, then the attribute would return an object with one range, whose start is the time of the first frame (the earliest possible position, typically zero), and whose end is the same as the time of the first frame plus the duration attribute's value (which would equal the time of the last frame, and might be positive Infinity).

March 2011

HTTP Archive

by Spone (via)
The HTTP Archive tracks how the Web is built.