Archive for the ‘http/2’ Category

HTTP/2 – A Real-World Performance Test and Analysis

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Perhaps you've heard of HTTP/2? It's not just an idea, it's a real technology and slowly but surely, hosting companies and CDN services have been releasing it to their servers. Much has been said about the benefits of using HTTP/2 instead of HTTP1.x, b...

Modernizing our Progressive Enhancement Delivery

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Scott Jehl, explaining one of the performance improvements he made to the Filament Group site: Inlining is a measurably-worthwhile workaround, but it's still a workaround. Fortunately, HTTP/2's Server Push feature brings the performance benefits of inl...

Creating a Cache-aware HTTP/2 Server Push Mechanism

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If you've been reading at all about HTTP/2, then you've likely heard about server push. If not, here's the gist of it: Server push lets you preemptively send an asset when the client requests another. To use it, you need an HTTP/2-capable web server, ...

File Bundling and HTTP/2: Rethinking Best Practices

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This is the editorial from our latest JavaScript newsletter, subscribe here Almost all JavaScript applications these days will require some sort of build process. Even if you're not transpiling from ES2015 or TypeScript, running sort of concatenation a...