HTTP Is Dead, Long Live HTTP2 (Laracon 2016)

HTTP Is Dead, Long Live HTTP2 (Laracon 2016)

Request for Comments (RFC) 2616 reigned supreme as the specification for the hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) for fifteen years. Now, it’s been obsoleted by a handful of new RFCs, and HTTP/2 is a reality. In this talk, we’ll take a look at the new RFCs, discuss the differences and clarifications they make, and take a look at what’s new in HTTP/2 and what it means for you.

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Ben Ramsey

July 28, 2016
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