The HTTP protocol for the longest time has had a feature called Cookies. Today, all of the modern web development structure offers an easy access to cookies for programmers to never concern on how to format them or to make sure cookie headers are directed accurately. It is instructive to learn on how cookies work as well as the options they support. The two essential function of a cookie is to first, store information and second to instruct a Web server of a user returning to a specific Website/page. As an example is the personalization of Web pages, or registering for products/services. When that action occurs on a web browser a cookie is create on the client side. On the server side of the visiting Web page server the cookie assists in recalling the specific information (Zakas, 2009). The cookie simplifies the process of ...view middle of the document...
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