Learn about fast and portable URI encoding and decoding functions that use std::string as the argument and return type, and do the buffer conversion, including '\0'.
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Learn to write a small routine or utility to make a post request to a Web server and retrieve the data. This article demonstrates such a technique, tested on Linux.
SQL Server 2005 supports native HTTP SOAP via a feature known as HTTP Endpoints. Find out how this new feature makes the creation of Web services a snap.
The latest WINHTTP library from Microsoft replaces the older WININET libraries. This library is used internally in various Microsoft applications. Learn the various issues and characteristics of using this library's methods while crawling (reading Web data). This is most suitable for C++ coded, HTTP-based client/server applications.
Learn to do HTTP tunneling using HTTPS as a proxy.
Build a utility that retrieves raw information from Web servers by using HTTP's GET and POST commands.
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