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  3. Comparison of online source code playgrounds - Wikipedia

    Less, TypeScript, development assets, import from HTML/GitHub, social login, multiple layouts Liveweave : Free Yes Yes Yes Yes No Plunker : Free Yes Yes Yes Yes No Many other JavaScript libs including AngularJS: PhpFiddle: Free Yes Yes Yes No No Provided multiple popular JavaScript libraries W3Schools: Free Yes Yes Yes No No jQuery, tutorials

  4. Talk:Usage share of web browsers/Archive 6 - Wikipedia

    W3Schools is considered to be a good representative of browser usage among geek (or development-oriented) users. It can be kept as it is a widely used reference, but we have to state clearly that it is not supposed to reflect global usage. It's very specific. Dodoïste ( talk) 01:02, 21 August 2012 (UTC)

  5. Fibre Channel - Wikipedia

    Fibre Channel ( FC) is a high-speed data transfer protocol providing in-order, lossless [1] delivery of raw block data. [2] Fibre Channel is primarily used to connect computer data storage to servers [3] [4] in storage area networks (SAN) in commercial data centers . Fibre Channel networks form a switched fabric because the switches in a ...

  6. HTTP referer - Wikipedia

    In HTTP, " Referer " (a misspelling of Referrer [1]) is the name of an optional HTTP header field that identifies the address of the web page (i.e., the URI or IRI ), from which the resource has been requested. By checking the referrer, the server providing the new web page can see where the request originated.

  7. MediaWiki talk:Common.js/Archive 19 - Wikipedia

    1: We could use a for-loop: Currently the code in MediaWiki:Common.js looks for Category:Living people and Category:Possibly living people and if they exist then adds "&editintro=Template:BLP_editintro" to the edit link at the top of the page. This happens when we view the page, before we click the edit link.

  8. List of HTTP header fields - Wikipedia

    v. t. e. HTTP header fields are a list of strings sent and received by both the client program and server on every HTTP request and response. These headers are usually invisible to the end-user and are only processed or logged by the server and client applications. They define how information sent/received through the connection are encoded (as ...

  9. HTTP Strict Transport Security - Wikipedia

    HTTP Strict Transport Security ( HSTS) is a policy mechanism that helps to protect websites against man-in-the-middle attacks such as protocol downgrade attacks [1] and cookie hijacking. It allows web servers to declare that web browsers (or other complying user agents) should automatically interact with it using only HTTPS connections, which ...