Websites vs Web Applications

As a beginner web developer, you may be wondering if your web project qualifies as a web application. Traditionally we grew up using applications (apps) on our smartphones and PCs which do not require a browser to run. Still we find many instances online where a website, that we access and use through a web browser like Google Chrome, is regarded as a web app.

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HTTP vs HTTPS

Whether we want to purchase something or are simply looking for information, we browse different websites on the Internet every day. It is said that an average user browses about 89 websites per month. If you ever looked closely, you might have come across different URLs (Uniform Resource Locator). In simple terms, it is the web address with the help of which you can locate different documents or files on the Internet. For more information on URL, visit this post by How-To Geek.

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