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HTTP/2 – Powered by SPDY (speedy) and inspired by evolutionary web


While driving back home, I was listening to Mark Nottingham’s (who chairs IETF HTTP working group) podcast on HTTP/2 and it was very interesting to know about the upcoming changes in HTTP protocol. Post that I did some research and sharing some interesting findings with respect to HTTP/2. It’s been a long time the backbone of Internet, HTTP has not ...

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Netty: Using SPDY and HTTP transparently


Most people have already heard about SPDY, the protocol, from google, proposed as a replacement for the aging HTTP protocol. Webservers are browsers are slowly implementing this protocol and support is growing. In a recent article I already wrote about how SPDY works and how you can enable SPDY support in Jetty. Since a couple of months Netty (originally from ...

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How to use SPDY with Jetty


SPDY is a new protocol proposed by Google as a new protocol for the web. SPDY is compatible with HTTP but tries to reduce web page loading by using compression, mulitplexing and prioritization.To be more precise, the goals for speedy are: (http://dev.chromium.org/spdy/spdy-whitepaper).The SPDY project defines and implements an application-layer protocol for the web which greatly reduces latency. The high-level goals ...

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