Hypertext Transfer Protocol
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol, also known as the HTTP, is an application procedure for collaborative and distributed hypermedia data systems. Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the base of data communication for the WWW (World Wide Web).
Hypertext is organized text that uses reasonable hyperlinks between the nodes containing the text. Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the protocol to transfer or exchange hypertext.
The ethical growth of Hypertext Transfer Protocol was organized by the IEFT (Internet Engineering Task Force) and the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), ending in the publication of a sequence of Requests for Comments (RFCs), most particularly RFC 2616 (June 1999), which describes HTTP/1.1, the form of Hypertext Transfer Protocol in common use.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol works as a request response protocol in the computing model of the client-server. The purchaser submits a Hypertext Transfer Protocol entreaty note to the server. The server that provides the resources like the Hyper Text Markup Language or the HTML files and other contents, perform other works on behalf of the client, and then sends a response to the clientele. The reply comprises of complete status data about the appeal and it may also comprise of the demanded content in the body of the message. One of the example of User Agent or UA is the Web Browser.