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The HTTP Server API enables applications to communicate over HTTP without using Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS).


Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is an extension to Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that defines how basic file functions such as copy, move, delete, and create are performed by using HTTP.

Windows HTTP Services (WinHTTP)

Microsoft Windows HTTP Services (WinHTTP) provides developers with an HTTP client application programming interface (API) to send requests through the HTTP protocol to other HTTP servers.

XML HTTP Request 2

The XML HTTP Request 2 interfaces allow application to conduct HTTP request operations in multithreaded apartments (MTA) and use callbacks to receive notification of required information during response processing.

Windows Internet (WinINet)

The Microsoft Windows Internet (WinINet) application programming interface (API) enables applications to access standard Internet protocols, such as FTP and HTTP. For ease of use, WinINet abstracts these protocols into a high-level interface.

Windows Web Services API

WWSAPI is a native-code implementation of SOAP which provides core network communication functionality by supporting a set of the WS-* and .NET-* family of protocols.


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