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HTTP/2 Protocol to Speed up the Web

Feb

23

HTTP/2 Protocol to Speed up the Web

HTTP/2 Protocol to Speed up the Web
The New HTTP/2 is promised to make the web quicker and safer.
It has been approved that, by this new web protocol it speed up internet browsing.
In 15 years ,it will the first major update to standard when it happens changeover to HTTP/2.
It has accepted by the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG) by one of its senior members.
Mark Nottingham added that the standard will now go on to be edited before being applied.
New standard will represent a big step forward, this believes by its developers because it will improve encryption and make pages load quicker.
Compatible
In January last year In another blogpost, written by Mr Nottingham – who chairs the Internet Engineering Task Force’s (IETF) HTTP working group – wrote about the proposed benefits of HTTP/2.
He said that the group was seeking to make the new one compatible with the old ,instead of trying to reinvent the protocol.
HTTP/2 succeed means that it has to work with the existing web. So we know on the wire in a better way, this effort is about getting the HTTP.
In 1989, World Wide Web invented by British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
By Hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP),it browsers communicate with servers to render pages.
Mr. Nottingham wrote, it would make easier to use the web’s encryption technologies, encouraging more websites to do so.
‘Not pixie dust’
HTTP/2 was not “magic Web performance pixie dust”, he added.
He wrote ,it was “more accurate to view the new protocol as removing some key impediments to performance, Instead of improving webpage loading times by half “.
Performance should start incrementally improving. When browsers and servers learns once how and when to take advantage of that.
SPDY is a Google technology on which this protocol is based on, which has been used in recent years. In its Chrome browser Google will switch to HTTP/2.

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