Now that the HTTP/2 specification is in its final phases of approval, big players announced that they will remove support for SPDY in favor of long term support of HTTP/2 (Chromium blog). We expect others to follow soon. Based on
As promised on my last post on HTTP/2, we have implemented and deployed the HTTP/2 Push functionality on this very website, webtide.com. For the other HTTP/2 implementers out there, if you request “/” on webtide.com, you will get “/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js” pushed.
Following my previous post, several players tried their HTTP/2 implementation of draft 14 (h2-14) against webtide.com. A few issues were found and quickly fixed on our side, and this is very good for interoperability. Having worked many times at implementing
The IETF HTTP working group has issued a last call for comments on the proposed HTTP/2 standard, which means that the process has entered the final stage of open community review before the current draft may become an RFC. Jetty
Greg Wilkins (@gregwilkins) and I (@simonebordet) have been working on implementing HTTP/2 draft 14 (h2-14), which is the draft that will probably undergo the “last call” at the IETF. We will blog very soon with our opinions about HTTP/2 (stay