Description: AbsoluteHTTP is a COM/ActiveX component written entirely in C++ that allows sending and retrieving information using the HTTP protocol. It provides asynchronous transfers with all HTTP methods (Get, Post, Head,...) and supports remote files management with Put/Delete, as well as binary format, password authentification and more. AbsoluteHTTP was created with 4 goals: ease of use, flexibility, performance and reliability. Usable in any compatible ActiveX environment, including those that do not support events (such as ASP).
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