re: If the World Wide Web were re-created today with no legacy dependencies, how would it be different? VIEW POST

re: Tim BL always said that he regretted making URLs complicated (scheme, domains, and path) and not fully hierarchical. That if he were to get a do-ov...

I don't like https/to/dev/ben/post because it removes the at-a-glance organization of why URLs are structured that way.

However, that said, I would reverse domain names and prefer https:/

The parts of a URI are immediately identifiable from just looking at them.

  • Scheme: Application-layer communication protocol we are using
  • Host: Location of the server we are contacting
  • Path/Query: The document/page we are requesting
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