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HTTP status codes


2012-01-26, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hamburg

HTTP status codes

This Lightning Talk took place in the KunterBuntesSeminar organized by computer science students at the University of Hamburg. It was about the status codes of the HTTP standard and how they are correctly used.

I started by explainig the general idea using a few well-known examples. Next, I examined the group of redirection codes in depth. I ended the talk with a couple of handy rules of thumb for practical usage.



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