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2014

Introducing Http::Exceptions by @smathieu - Rainforest QA Blog

If you’re using a library such as the excellent HTTParty, you still have to deal with various types of exceptions. In an ideal world, the return code of the HTTP request would be the sole indicator of failures, but HTTP libraries can raise a large number of exceptions (such as SocketError or Net::ReadTimeout) that you need to handle. Http::Exceptions provides an easy way to rescue exceptions that get thrown by your HTTP library and a way to raise exceptions on unexpected HTTP status codes.

2012

REDbot: <>

by 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.

2011

HTTP Archive

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The HTTP Archive tracks how the Web is built.

httpstat.us

This is a super simple service for generating different HTTP codes. It's useful for testing how your own scripts deal with varying responses.

2010

GUIDE: Send GPS data using HTTP to your web site

This article is for developers who wants to post GPS data to his own web site using HTTP. GpsGate 2.5.0 build 207 (and later) can send GPS data over http. Any web server can receive and process the position data sent to it.

GPS splitter, simulator and logger. Serial port splitter. - Franson GpsGate

Run many GPS applications using one GPS! logger, simulator, share over networks, and much more... Share one GPS among several applications. Use Garmin USB GPS receivers with standard GPS applications. GPS simulation and logging. More stable GPS connection. In particular to Bluetooth GPS receivers Share a GPS over a network, ActiveSync, Bluetooth or HTTP. Connect a GPS to Google Earth Connect Garmin nRoute to a normal GPS Multiplex and split NMEA streams, and more... Connect to GpsGate Server or GpsGate.com for sharing over the Internet. Use Trimble TAIP GPS receivers with standard GPS applications. Windows 7/Vista/XP/2k/NT/ME/98, Windows Mobile (with touch screen), Pocket PC, Windows CE .NET

2009

Carsonified » The Definitive Guide to GET vs POST

by 3 others
Unfortunately there is a lot misuse of GET over POST and vice versa. Both HTTP methods can achieve the same goals, but an incorrect choice between them can lead to unexpected and potentially harmful outcomes. So, to make sure we get things right, I present to you the definitive guide of choosing between GET and POST.

Short URL Auto-Discovery ‎(wiki)‎

Short URL auto-discovery is a simple way to link a long URL with a short URL. The following code should be placed in the head section of the HTML page. link rel="shorturl" href="http://short.com/1234" or add the following to the HTTP Headers of the page Link: http://short.com/1234; rel=shorturl In most real-world situations, the short URL then redirects with an HTTP code 301 to the long URL, but that behavior is not covered by this RFC. That's it! :) try it at: http://relshorturl.appspot.com/

Charles Web Debugging Proxy • HTTP Monitor / HTTP Proxy / HTTPS & SSL Proxy / Reverse Proxy

by 7 others
Charles is an HTTP proxy / HTTP monitor / Reverse Proxy that enables a developer to view all of the HTTP and SSL / HTTPS traffic between their machine and the Internet. This includes requests, responses and the HTTP headers (which contain the cookies and caching information).

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