URL vs. URI
URL and URI Definitions
What is URI?
URI stands for Uniform Resource Identifier. It is used to find name or source on internet. It is a compact sequence of characters to identify a physical source. It identifies resource by either name or a location or maybe both. It includes authority, scheme fragment and query. It has subsets URL (Uniform Resource Locator) and URN (Uniform Resource Name). In library tag the URI is used to locate binary corresponding.
What is URL?
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. It is the subset of URI. It is used to find the location along with retrieve the source. e.g. http://www.differencebtw.com/. It is used to find the location of a resource.