This week, our friends over at dev.opera are focusing on HTTP, otherwise known as the secret language of the internet.
Some of you probably know that HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, and that it is what allows web browsers like Opera to "read" pages like this one to your phone or computer. But could you yourself explain, in detail, how HTTP really works? If you're looking for the full story about HTTP response codes in particular, this article on address mechanisms breaks it down for you.
(If nothing else, after reading it you'll understand why 404 errors are called exactly that!)
For those who are already putting their HTTP knowledge into practice, this article about a new test server called RoboHydra (sounds scary!) details a unique new test server that allows you to stage-test HTTP responses for web application clients.
Check it out and get coding!