What's a resource in HTTP


This article is talking about how resource are defined in HTTP.

HTTP is a transfer protocol where a client (user-agent) send a request and expects a response.

A response will generally send back a resource where:

The below response header are also resource related:

  • Etag - an unique identifier for the resource

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