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Explain HTTP Request in Backbone.js

Prabhdeep Singh
Updated on 17-Mar-2023 13:50:52
Backbone.js is helping us to organize the JavaScript as it is a compact library. And HTTP is referred to as HyperText Transfer Protocol which helps us to connect the web server over the internet. First, we need to discuss the Backbone.js, HTTP protocol, and HTTP request for a clear understanding of HTTP requests in Backbone.js. In the below section we have discussed all after that we go towards the HTTP Request in Backbone.js with working of the HTTP Request and also examples. And in the end, we conclude the whole article. In this article, we are going to discuss the ... Read More

Difference between URL and IP Address

Md. Sajid
Updated on 06-Mar-2023 10:49:21
The IP address and the URL are the two ways to identify resources on the internet (Uniform Resource Locator). An online resource, similar to a web page or an image, can be accessed by clients or users using a URL, which is a human readable string. For example, you can browse a website using the URL "https//". The hostname (in this case, (""), the protocol being used (then, " https"), and sometimes a particular file path or set of query parameters which includes in the header information. Any Internet-connected device would have an IP address, which is a numerical ... Read More

What are Max parallel HTTP connections in a browser?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 07-Dec-2022 09:59:54
In this tutorial, we will learn about Max parallel HTTP connections in a browser. To know more about this topic, we will first understand what parallel connections are, the reasons behind blocking and how to solve it, and the browser limitations. Parallel Connections By entirely requesting the original HTML page, the first embedded item, the second embedded object, etc., a browser may naively process each embedded object in sequence. But it moves too slowly! HTTP enables clients to establish connections and parallelly carry out numerous HTTP transactions. Parallel Connections Could Speed Up Page Loading. If composite pages with embedded objects ... Read More

How Does the Access-Control-Allow-Origin Header Work?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 06-Dec-2022 12:14:30
In this tutorial, we will learn how access control allows the origin header to work. Access-Control-Allow- Origin is a header for CORS. With CORS or cross-origin resource sharing, browsers can permit a website hosted at origin A to request resources from origin B. Origin is a mix of port, hostname, and scheme, such as, rather than just the hostname. Here is an illustration of how this is put into practice − I want to obtain resources from origin B, which is, and origin A: The browser will deny my request and prevent me from accessing resources from ... Read More

What is HTTP Flooding? (Process, Types, How to Detect and Defend)

Pranav Bhardwaj
Updated on 02-Jun-2022 11:29:28
What is HTTP Flooding?HTTP flood is a sort of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack in which an attacker attacks a web server or application using seemingly valid HTTP GET or POST requests.HTTP flood assaults are volumetric attacks that frequently employ a botnet "zombie army"—a collection of Internet-connected computers that have been maliciously taken over, usually with the help of malware such as Trojan Horses.HTTP floods are a sophisticated Layer 7 assault that does not involve corrupted packets, spoofing, or reflection techniques and requires less bandwidth to bring down the targeted site or server than other attacks. As a result, ... Read More

What is Adaptive Internet Protocol (AIP)?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 24-Mar-2022 07:30:08
Internet protocols are the set of rules of a network so that a packet of data travels across the network. Data travels over the networks in the packet. Domain for this transportation of the data is called the IP address. Most of the protocols used for this are TCP and UDP.Now let us discuss one of the protocols which allow running multiple platforms, that is AIP. The full form of AIP is Adaptive Internet Protocol.Adaptive Internet Protocol (AIP)It is a multichannel protocol used to allow an application which is running on multiple platforms, displayed on any number of client systems.AIP ... Read More

What are the differences between Physical and Logical Topology?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 24-Mar-2022 08:16:11
The network topology is a structure or the physical arrangement of the network devices, how the components of the network are interconnected with each other.Types of network topology are as followsBusStarRingMeshHybridLogical TopologyIt tells about a network that should be configured for the transfer of information. This is different from physical topology as it does not explain the physical wiring of a network, but instead, it describes the flow of data, information, and back, from one system to another and the routes it takes.Some examples of Logical topology are as follows −Logical Star Topology − Uses logical bus topology to transfer ... Read More

What are the differences between EIGRP and BGP?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 24-Mar-2022 06:32:02
Let us understand the concepts of Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) before learning the differences between them.Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)It is the enhanced version of IGRP protocol. It consists of all the features which IGRP does and also supports some ad-on's.To overcome the drawbacks of IGRP i.e like slow rate of convergence, hop limitation, no support to VLSM etc and IGRP is the successor of RIP which removes the hurdles caused by RIP routing technique.We all know that IGRP works or supports many protocols other than IP unlike RIP. The same fashion ... Read More

What are the differences between DTE and DCE?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 24-Mar-2022 05:22:25
Let us understand the concepts of Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Communications Equipment (DCE) before learning the differences between them.Data Terminal Equipment (DTE)At the physical layer, the function of DTE is to look for clocking from the device on the other end of the cable on a link and look for a frame-switching service.The device receives clocking. The customer devices or the DTE pass data from a host computer on a customer network for transmission over the Wide Area Network (WAN).Also, its function is to convert user information into signals or reconvert received signals. DTE doesn't communicate information but ... Read More

What is the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol(PPTP)?

Pranav Bhardwaj
Updated on 23-Mar-2022 07:11:56
The Point-to-Point Tunnelling Protocol (PPTP) is a collection of communication protocols that control the safe implementation of virtual private networks (VPN), which enable businesses to extend their own private networks across the public Internet via "tunnels."A big corporation with offices worldwide can use PPTP to construct a large local area network (LAN) – basically a VPN - by using the architecture of a Wide Area Network (WAN), such as the network of a public Internet Service Provider (ISP) or telco. This is less expensive than setting out network infrastructure across such long distances.Through the construction of a VPN across TCP/IP-based ... Read More