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Definition: A protocol is a set of rules that dictate how data is transmitted and received over a network. It defines the format, timing, sequence, and error handling required for data communication.


  • HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol): Used for transferring web pages on the internet.
  • FTP (File Transfer Protocol): Used for transferring files between computers.
  • TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol): A suite of protocols that governs how data is transmitted over the internet.


  • Standardization: Protocols are standardized to ensure compatibility and interoperability between different systems.
  • Layered Approach: Protocols often operate at different layers of the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) model, such as the application layer, transport layer, and network layer.
  • Flexible: Protocols can be designed for specific purposes, allowing for customization and optimization based on the requirements.


Definition: Refers to applications or services that are accessed and operated through a web browser. These applications run on remote servers, and users interact with them via a web interface.


  • Web Applications: Like Gmail, Google Docs, or Trello, which you can access using a web browser without needing to install any software locally.
  • Websites: Such as news websites, e-commerce sites, blogs, etc., which are designed to be viewed and interacted with through a web browser.


  • Platform Independence: Browser-based applications are accessible from any device with a web browser and internet connection, regardless of the operating system (Windows, macOS, Linux, etc.).
  • Updates: Since the application resides on a remote server, updates and maintenance can be performed centrally without requiring users to update their local software.
  • Accessibility: Browser-based applications can be accessed from anywhere, making them convenient for remote work or accessing resources on the go.

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