HTTP 2.0 Officially In The Works


IETF had announced that they are officially working on the next version of HTTP – HTTP/2.0.

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HTTP which stands for “HyperText Transfer Protocol”, is the underlying protocol that powers all your web-browsing activities – Facebook, Google, Yahoo, etc, all run on top of the HTTP protocol.

The current version of HTTP – HTTP/1.1 – had worked very well for the past 13 years since 1999; however, as it was originally designed for the serving of small static pages, the protocol was not optimal for rich and resource intensive web applications. HTTP/2.0 seeks to address this and will use Google-developed SPDY protocol as its basis.

SPDY improves on the existing HTTP protocol through 4 main features:

  1. Multiplexing multiple HTTP channels through a single (TCP) connection.
  2. Assignment of priorities to HTTP requests so that the important ones don’t get throttled.
  3. HTTP headers compression
  4. Server push/hints

Credits: http://dev.chromium.org/spdy/spdy-whitepaper

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