Joel W. Kall Loop54
A lot of of today’s APIs are available using HTTP, so it’s no surprise that there are many options available for the software that actually handles the requests. There are giants like Microsoft and Apache, and there are small, modular packages from smaller vendors and independent developers. But if you only need 1% of the features, isn’t it tempting to just write your own HTTP parser? We did, and we wish we didn’t. And now we’ll tell you all about it so you won’t make the same mistakes we did.
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October 25, 2016 13:20
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