Communication Protocols

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Communication Protocols are the language used by machines to talk to each other. For communication to be possible, a common language must be spoken and understood by the participants.

What is a Communications Protocol

Communication protocols are written explanations of the formats and regulations of digital messages. They're needed to send and receive communications within and between computer systems. Communication protocols are vital in telecommunications and other systems because they ensure that messages are sent and received in a consistent and universal manner.

Authentication, error detection and correction, and signaling are all covered by communications protocols. They can also characterize analog and digital communications' syntax, semantics, and synchronization.

Hardware and software are used to implement communication protocols. In both analog and digital communications, there are thousands of communication protocols in use. They are required for the operation of computer networks.

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HTTP is a protocol which allows the fetching of resources, such as HTML documents. It is the foundation of any data exchange on the Web and it is a client-server protocol, which means requests are initiated by the recipient, usually the Web browser.

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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Crash Course - HTTP 1.0, 1.1, HTTP/2, HTTP/3

Jan. 1, 2019 by Hussein Nasser Video

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HTTP is a protocol for sending and receiving web pages, text, media, binary files, and other types of data. It stands for hypertext transfer protocol and is the foundation of the Internet. We'll learn how HTTP works, how it's secured using HTTPS, and how to set up an HTTP web server in this video. We'll also go over the progression of HTTP from HTTP 1.0 to HTTP 1.1 to HTTP/2, and finally HTTP/3, which is still experimental. Client / server The client sends HTTP requests to a server that supports HTTP, and the server (web server, http server such as apache tomcat, nodejs, etc.) returns the content. This could be an HTML page, photos, JSON, or something else entirely.