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Wrap-Up0:53 with Chris Ramacciotti
And that's a wrap! Thanks for hanging out and learning a bit about HTTP. Check the Teacher's Notes for more information on the protocol.
Though we've reached the end of the course we've only just
scratched the surface of http.
There's so much more to http than fits in this course,
including other request methods such as put and delete,
details on status codes beyond the typical 200 and 404.
In addition, there are a number of add ons, so
to speak, to http that enhance communications over the web.
Cookies for example, add a sort of memory to the statelessness of http.
In addition, SSL allows plain text http request and responses to
be encrypted in transit, which is used in websites that leverage HTTPS.
Check out the teachers' notes for
some helpful resources for you to continue your study.
Thanks for tuning in to learn about one of the simplest and
widely used protocols in technology.
Until next time.
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