A TCP Flow and HTTP Flow Guide: Changing HTTP Messagesby@kliukovkin
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A TCP Flow and HTTP Flow Guide: Changing HTTP Messages

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The net library has a special instance Server. Let’s use that to create a server instance and tell it to listen to the port 3000 on the host. To do this, the client and server need to establish a TCP connection first. The thing is, HTTP messaging sessions work over TCP sockets. Once a connection is established, the server and client can communicate with the help of the sockets. In the old version of the protocol, there was a separate request for each request for a new connection to be established.

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