> A way to create a multi-part response is to encapsulate
> it as a MIME 822 message. Here's some basic information on this:
I stumbled over the following lines on that page:
| The situation is even worse if you need authentication for each image
| preview - you must do tenth of authentication requests against user
| database, separated for each http request.
Is that really true? I thought that in the meanwhile it is common
behavior to establish and keep one TCP connection for all HTTP requests
until the page is loaded. And that the authentication is remembered for
a established TCP connection.
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