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granmogol on 4 February 2015, 2 years ago
Please consider HTTP/2 among the technologies observed.
It is interesting to monitor the passage from HTTP/1.1 to HTTP/2 and also from SPDY to HTTP/2.
HTTP/2 already took over SPDY on Google sites.
Sam Soltano (site administrator) on 12 February 2015, 2 years ago
Thank you for that proposal. We will certainly keep an eye on HTTP/2, but it seems a bit premature to include it already, considering the marginal support by servers and browsers right now.
granmogol on 19 May 2015, 2 years ago
HTTP/2 is now a standard, as RFC 7540, published on May 14th.
It is already supported by the most recent versions of IIS, OpenLiteSpeed, LiteSpeed Web Server, Akamai Edge Server. Soon it will be supported by nginx as well.
Since many browsers already support HTTP/2 (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, IE 11), I expect a quicker diffusion than SPDY. Thus my further request to monitor it and, likely, the option to discontinue SPDY.
Sam Soltano (site administrator) on 20 May 2015, 2 years ago
Thanks for the reminder. We are already working on it.
Sam Soltano (site administrator) on 12 July 2015, 2 years ago
HTTP/2 is now included in our surveys.
granmogol on 1 December 2015, 2 years ago
My congrats for this comparison page: https://w3techs.com/technologies/comparison/ce-http2,ce-spdy
I found it very useful. Could you also compare the usage of spdy/http2 on Top100 sites?
Sam Soltano (site administrator) on 1 December 2015, 2 years ago
Have a look at this https://w3techs.com/technologies/breakdown/ce-spdy/ranking and this https://w3techs.com/technologies/breakdown/ce-http2/ranking
granmogol on 2 December 2015, 2 years ago
Thanks, that's definitely interesting. My request is to have also a data point on Top100, can you?
Sam Soltano (site administrator) on 2 December 2015, 2 years ago
That would be a custom report. We can do that, but it's not available online.
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