URL Vs URI – What is the difference?

Do you know that URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is no longer in use in any technical specifications, and URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) is now preferred. URI has roughly same meaning as URL, but it is more generic because URI does not imply that you are using one of the familiar protocol such as HTTP or FTP which is in the case of URL.

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