We all have a web browser that can take advantage of our internet connection and do a number of tasks.
In the case of web servers, they are typically called “webservers”.
The Hertz web server provides a number.
It’s used by the browser, to access the web, and for other web services.
The standard is to use the default Hertz plugin, but it’s possible to add your own.
The Herz plugin, as a web server, can perform many different tasks depending on what task you want it to perform.
You can do many different things with the plugin.
Here’s a list of tasks it can do.
Task Description Use HTTP request headers Send HTTP request header values, such as “Content-Type”, to a HTTP server.
You may need to make sure the header value matches the client-side encoding.
Send data to a WebSocket server Write data to the server using HTTP and a WebSockets request handler.
Get an IP address and route it to a web service (if the server supports this, it can automatically create an HTTP route).
Use a web proxy Send data using a Web Proxy to a remote server (e.g., an HTTP proxy).