This document describes http2 from a technical and protocol level. It started out as a presentation Daniel did in Stockholm in April 2014 that was subsequently converted and extended into a full-blown document with all details and proper explanations.
RFC 7540 is the official name of the final http2 specification and it was published on May 15th 2015: http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7540.txt
All and any errors in this document are my own and the results of my shortcomings. Please point them out and they will be fixed in updated versions.
In this document I've tried to consistently use the word "http2" to describe the new protocol while in pure technical terms, the proper name is HTTP/2. I made this choice for the sake of readability and to get a better flow in the language.
|Description :||This is a detailed document describing HTTP/2 (RFC 7540), the background, concepts, protocol and something about existing implementations and what the future might hold.|
|Created :||2017-08-04 22:22:55|
|Size :||1.19 MB|
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|Author :||Daniel Stenberg|
|Licence :||Creative commons|
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