Today, more than 65% of HTTP requests are done with the HTTP/2 standard. In this article, we will explore the different options available to configure HttpClient to use HTTP/2 standard in .NET 6.0.
The HttpClient class, introduced since .NET Framework 4.5, is probably one of the most used classes in the .NET platform. It’s important to know how to manage HttpClient connections in order to avoid sockets exhaustion and DNS issues.
Since most applications require network connectivity, being able to troubleshoot the network stack is a skillset that developers need to have. In this article, we will go through some of the network command-line utilities that can be useful to troubleshoot connectivity issues on Windows.
Most websites secure their content and protect the privacy and integrity of the data exchanged through the internet by using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS). HTTPS is a communication protocol that encrypts the data exchanged between an application and a server.
An HTTP proxy is a software component that sits in the middle of web connections established between a client and a server. The proxy server acts as an intermediary to request resources on behalf of the client.