Automation and web development

Also data processing, quite a bit!

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Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.

Now the interesting part is that in HTML4 and XHTML1, the only methods a form can submit to the server are GET and POST. But with JavaScript and future HTML standards you can use the other methods as well. Furthermore HTTP has become quite popular lately and browsers are no longer the only clients that are using HTTP. For instance, many revision control system use it.